Fodor's Expert Review Bermuda Arboretum

The Central Parishes Garden
Established with specimens delivered to the island from the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, sent by Queen Elizabeth II, the 22-acre parkland features Bermudian cedar trees, flowing golden acacias, rare rubber trees, and black ebony and avocado trees. Its winding trails and grassy meadows are popular for walking, hiking, and picnicking. The area is also an established bird-watching sanctuary, where you can hope to catch a glimpse of feathered species like cardinals, rare bluebirds, white-eyed vireos, and kiskadees.
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Montpellier Rd.
Devonshire Parish  Bermuda

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