10. Because you can travel back in time at historic St. George’s
St. George's, the very first permanent English settlement in Bermuda and oldest occupied English-settled town in the “New World”, presents a living, breathing look at Bermuda’s colonial past. English sailors on their way to Jamestown, Virginia were shipwrecked at St. George's; some remained behind while the others continued up the coast. Today, you can visit the oldest building in this UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Old State House, dating back to 1620, and the Gothic-styled Unfinished Church, begun in 1874 -- but, as the name implies -- never completed. Fort St. Catherine, built by the shipwrecked settlers against attack by the Spanish, still stands today as another reminder of Bermuda’s history, and you should totally drop by for the sweet artillery display inside the museum. Because what’s Summer Friday without breaching your enemy’s fortifications?