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Burnt Point Fort

Burnt Point Fort (Ferry Reach, St. George’s Parish): One of the oldest forts on St. George’s Island (1688), Burt Point Fort defended the western approach to St. George’s Harbour from enemy ships and prevented illegal trading by Bermudian vessels.

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Blue Hole Park

Blue Hole Park (Blue Hole Hill, Hamilton Parish) — Explore the dense foliage of Tom Moore’s Jungle. There is an abundance of wildlife here with a small, natural pond and caves close by.  

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Bermuda Railway Trail

Bermuda Railway Trail: Once the location of the 21-mile long Bermuda Railway (in existence from 1931 to 1948), now it’s walking and biking trail that provides excellent opportunities to see the island by foot.

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Bermuda Nation Museum

Bermuda National Trust Museum in the Globe Hotel (32 Duke of York Street, St. George): Governor Samuel Day built this structure in 1700. Today it is one of the oldest stone buildings on our island. The offices of the Confederate agent, Major Norman Walker, were housed here during the American Civil War (1861-1865), which makes […]

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Bermuda National Gallery

Bermuda National Gallery (City Hall & Arts Centre, 17 Church Street, 2nd Floor Hamilton) — Located on the second floor of the City Hall & Arts Centre in the heart of Hamilton, the Bermuda National Gallery is the home of the national art collection, showing both Bermuda and world art. The museum has a diverse […]

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Bermuda Maritime Museum

Bermuda Maritime Museum (The Keep, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Parish) — The Bermuda Maritime Museum is set within the Keep, a sprawling six-acre fortress at the edge of the Royal Naval Dockyard. Eight historic buildings, including old munitions warehouses and the newly restored Commissioner’s House, contain a great variety of exhibitions on our rich history. […]

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Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard

Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard (Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys Parish) — Since its opening by Princess Margaret in 1984, this spot has been a showcase for local artists and artisans and an excellent place to see our island’s works. Exhibits, which change frequently, include watercolors, oils and photography. Free admission. Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 […]

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Anglican Cathedral

Anglican Cathedral (Church Street, Hamilton) — Built of native stone and imported Caen stone, the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity was designed by William Hay of Edinburgh in Restoration Gothic style. This inspiring accomplishment is a “living landmark” of art and artisanship.

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Anglican Cathedral

Anglican Cathedral (Church Street, Hamilton) — Built of native stone and imported Caen stone, the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity was designed by William Hay of Edinburgh in Restoration Gothic style. This inspiring accomplishment is a “living landmark” of art and artisanship.  

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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 […]