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National Dance Theatre of Bermuda

National Dance Theatre of Bermuda (Bermuda College West Hall, Room 323, 11 College Rise, Paget Parish) — The National Dance Theatre of Bermuda (NDTB) offers development and performance opportunities for our dance community. The Theatre provides access to training opportunities with world-class teachers, performers and choreographers, and offers the opportunity to earn international scholarships

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Paget Marsh and Boardwalk

Paget Marsh and Boardwalk (Lovers Lane, Paget Parish) — This lush and leafy nature reserve, jointly administered by the Bermuda National Trust and Bermuda Audubon Society, is a unique green space of 25 acres of original Bermuda. The peat marsh has remained much the same since prior to the first settlers’ arrival – covered with […]

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The St. George’s Foundation

The St. The St. George’s Foundation (Admiral’s Walk, 16 Water Street, St. George’s GE 05) — The Town of St. George presents a unique opportunity for people to learn about and to experience Bermuda’s culture, traditions and heritage. After nearly 400 years of continuous occupation St. George’s remains a “living town.” Since its founding, the […]

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West Whale Bay Beach

West Whale Bay Beach (Off Whale Bay Road, Southampton Parish) — West Whale Bay Beach has a fitting name, because in April you may see humpback whales migrating north to their summer feeding grounds. The large grassy area behind the beach is an ideal spot to enjoy a stunning ocean sunset. Locals frequently use West […]

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Bermuda Aquarium Museum & Zoo

Bermuda Aquarium Museum & Zoo (40 North Shore Road, Flatts FL 04, Bermuda) — BAMZ was founded in 1926 and is one of the world’s oldest aquariums. Situated in picturesque Flatts Village, our seven-acre facility remains a top attraction for all ages—and an important centre for science education, research and species conservation. BAMZ has been […]

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Martello Tower

Martello Tower (Ferry Reach, St. George’s Parish) — Our sole Martello tower was built during the 1820s of hard Bermuda stone. The only access is by drawbridge, which crosses the ditch to the barracks on the second level. To the north of the tower is a magazine; its walls are reinforced by flying buttresses and […]

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Waterville

Waterville (Pomander Road, Paget Parish) — This elegant house, built circa 1725 by the Trimingham family, was the site of the first Trimingham’s store, which opened in 1842. The reception rooms provide an interesting look into early life on the island. The charming grounds include the Bermuda Rose Society’s showcase garden and the Mary-Jean Mitchell […]

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Verdmont House Museum

Verdmont House Museum (Collectors Hill, Smith’s Parish) — This fascinating old house is considered one of Bermuda’s most significant historic buildings. Built circa 1710, Verdmont is a unique example of early Georgian architecture; it has remained virtually unchanged for 300 years. The museum features an extensive collection of antiques including Bermuda-made cedar furniture, portraits, English […]

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Tucker House Museum

Tucker House Museum (Water Street, Town of St. George) — Henry Tucker, President of the Governor’s Council, moved into this house in 1775, and his family remained there until 1809. Some of the treasures on view include a magnificent collection of Tucker family silver, china and crystal, antique English mahogany and Bermuda cedar furniture, family […]

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St. George’s Historical Society Museum

St. George’s Historical Society Museum (Duke of Kent Street, Town of St. George) — Furnished much as it was when it was a private home, this typical Bermudian structure from the early 1700s houses artifacts and documents pertaining to our island’s earliest days. The house is filled with period furniture, documents, old letters, displays of […]