Medieval Torture Museum
The Medieval Torture Museum is a truly unique attraction, but it is not suited for those with weak stomachs or young children. The museum covers all genres of medieval torture through displays, props, and manikins which are all paired with descriptions of the torture methods.
Sheriffs Ghost Walk Tours
Sheriffs Ghost Walk Tours, is a walking tour where you will explore the inner city streets learning about haunted areas such as houses, bed and breakfasts, and cemeteries. With over four centuries of complicated history, many unwanted visitors have adopted the Old City as their permanent home. Now, they lurk the streets at night waiting to be unveiled.
The Colonial Quarter is a St. George Street gem known for its small shop, restaurant, and outdoor venue where you can listen to free live music on occasion. However, the Colonial Quarter also hosts hourly tours where attendees can travel back in time and learn about life as an early European Settler. The tours main focuses are blacksmithing, live musket demonstrations, and climbing the watchtower.
Locally-owned shops and boutiques abound on St. George Street.
St. George Street is likely viewed as a shopping destination by many as it is bursting with unique shops and boutiques. Sunhats and handmade jewelry are showcased in window displays, handcrafted pocket knives and men’s accessories are plentiful, home décor items are the focus of many shops, and of course, you can find one-of-a-kind gift shops for souvenirs.
Enjoy a variety of plates at the restaurants on St. George Street.
From sweet treats to savory meals, restaurants on St. George Street offer a variety of delicious options. There are no shortages of bakeries, cafes, candy shops, ice cream parlors, or casual eateries. Stop by the Spanish Bakery Café for a midday empanada or cool down with a popsicle from The Hyppo. Staying for dinner? Grab a slice or two from Pizza Time, said to be the number two pizza in the country; dive into our culture and enjoy a bowl of Menorcan Chowder from the Seafood Company; eat like a local at the Mill Top Tavern, a hotspot for St. Auggie’s; try century-old family recipes like Roast Pork “A la Cubana” or Filet Mignon “Chacho” at Columbia Restaurant.
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