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Ascots, Restaurant.

Ascots (Royal Palms Hotel, 24 Rosemont Ave., Pembroke Parish) — Located in the Royal Palms Hotel, a turn-of-the-century manor house. The USA Today describes Ascots as “a place not to be missed. ” Ascot’s Restaurant has numerous other accolades.

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Angelo’s Bistro

Angelo’s Bistro (12 Reid Street, Pembroke Parish) — Angelo’s Café & Bistro is Bermuda’s newest hot-spot and your best choice for cappuccino, espresso, fresh local and Mediterranean specialties, delicious salads, pastas and sandwiches. You’ll savor its sophisticated cuisine. It’s the perfect café and bistro for a late breakfast, lunch or dinner. Open from Monday to […]

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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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Taxis. Taxi service

Along with getting you to your destination, many taxi drivers are excellent tour guides, eager to share stories behind our landmarks and customs, just ask. Taxis can usually be found outside our larger hotels, near the airport or on the streets of the City of Hamilton, the Town of St. George or the Royal Naval […]

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Transportation in Bermuda. Suggestions

Island Transportation Pass: If you do not want to fuss with exact change, take advantage of the Transportation Pass, available for one, three and seven days of unlimited use on our buses and ferries. Passes are sold at the Central Terminal, the Visitors’ Service Bureau in Hamilton and at other authorized outlets. Important Note on […]

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Transport in Bermuda

Bermuda has an excellent transportation system – public buses, government run ferries, and taxis – and while not part of the transportation system, many people prefer to use mopeds and scooters, a common sight seen on the winding streets. Using the buses and ferries is very easy – the buses that are marked pink are […]

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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 […]