Bermuda Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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St George's

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

St George’s is a city in Bermuda that is a UNESCO World Heritage site thanks to its colonial buildings that have changed very little in the past 100 years. St ...  Read more

Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo

4 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

Fuchsia-pink flamingoes are the highlight at the on-site zoo, but it’s the fish that win all the accolades at Bermuda’s well-regarded Aquarium, one of the ...  Read more

Crystal and Fantasy Caves

4 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

Stalactite chandeliers, delicate crystal soda straws, and mirrored underground pools are only some of the remarkable features of Bermuda’s evocatively named ...  Read more

Bermuda Railway Trail

The Bermuda Railway Trail is a series of trails for walkers and cyclists that follows along the path of the short-lived Bermuda Railway, which was finished ...  Read more

Cooper's Island Nature Reserve

Part of the Bermuda National Parks system, the Cooper's Island Nature Reserve consists of an area that once housed a U.S. military base and a NASA space ...  Read more

Daniel’s Head Park

Daniel’s Head Park is situated on some of the most gorgeous coastline in Bermuda. Located on the southeastern coast of the island, Daniel’s Head Park covers ...  Read more

Fort Hamilton

Located on a hilltop on the outskirts of Hamilton City, Fort Hamilton was originally built in the 1870s to protect Hamilton Harbor and defend the Western ...  Read more

Fort Scaur

Dating back to the 1860s, Fort Scaur is a historic piece of fortification that was built to protect the island and dockyard from attacks by America during a ...  Read more

Gibb's Hill Lighthouse

Bermuda boasts two lighthouses, but the one at Gibb’s Hill is the most notable, the first of only a few in the world to be made from cast iron. Standing 108m ...  Read more


As the capital of Bermuda, Hamilton is both a main financial center in the Caribbean and an alluring spot for tourists thanks to its pastel-colored buildings ...  Read more

Horseshoe Bay

Is Horseshoe Bay Bermuda’s loveliest beach? Lots of people think so, locals and visitors alike, and it’s one of the island’s beach hot spots for water sports, ...  Read more

Palm Groves Garden (Gibbons Garden)

Palm Groves Garden is a privately owned garden in Bermuda. Luckily for travelers to Bermuda, the Gibbons family that owns the garden open it up to visitors. ...  Read more

Royal Naval Dockyard

The Royal Naval Dockyard is one of Bermuda's top destinations. Located in Sandy's Parish on the west point of the island, the dockyard's lush views and ...  Read more

Snorkel Park Beach

Within walking distance of Bermuda’s cruise port, Snorkel Park Beach is a sunseeker’s playground, with white-sand beaches around a glittering lagoon. There ...  Read more

Spittal Pond Nature Reserve

Spittal Pond Nature Reserve is the largest nature reserve in Bermuda and an important one. It covers 59 acres and over 500 species of birds, including ...  Read more

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