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  • Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo

    1. Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo


    Established in 1926, the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo (BAMZ for short) is one of Bermuda's top attractions, and with harbor seals, flocks...Read More

    Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo
  • Crystal and Fantasy Caves

    2. Crystal and Fantasy Caves

    Geological Site

    As far back as 1623, Captain John Smith (of Pocahontas fame) commented on these "vary strange, darke, and cumbersome" caverns. Nevertheless...Read More

    Crystal and Fantasy Caves
  • Spittal Pond Nature Reserve

    3. Spittal Pond Nature Reserve

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    This Bermuda National Trust park has 64 acres for roaming, though you're asked to keep to the well-marked walkways that loop through the woods...Read More

    Spittal Pond Nature Reserve
  • St. Peter's, Their Majesties Chappell

    4. St. Peter's, Their Majesties Chappell

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Because parts of this whitewashed stone church date back to 1620, it holds the distinction of being the oldest continuously operating Anglican...Read More

    St. Peter's, Their Majesties Chappell
  • 5. Bailey's Ice Cream


    If you've got kids in tow—or are driving a scooter—you may want to skip the rum and stick to Bailey's—Bailey's Ice Cream, that is. The popular...Read More

  • 6. Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences

    Educational Institution

    In 1903—long before environmental issues earned top-of-mind awareness—scientists began studying marine life at this mid-Atlantic facility formerly...Read More

  • 7. Bermuda National Trust Museum at the Globe Hotel


    Erected as a governor's mansion around 1700, this building became a hotbed of activity during the American Civil War. From here, Confederate...Read More

  • 8. Bermuda Perfumery and Garden (Lili Bermuda)


    In 2005 this perfumery moved from Bailey's Bay in Hamilton Parish, where it had been based since 1928, to historic Stewart Hall. Although the...Read More

  • 9. Bermudian Heritage Museum


    The history, trials, and accomplishments of black Bermudians are highlighted in this converted 1840s warehouse. Photographs of early black residents...Read More

  • 10. Bridge House

    Building/Architectural Site

    This 17th-century building, owned by the National Trust, was previously home to several of Bermuda's governors—and at least one ghost. Mistress...Read More

  • 11. Fort St. Catherine

    Historic District/Site

    Surrounded by a dry moat and accessed by a drawbridge, this restored and formidable hilltop fort has enough tunnels, towers, redoubts, and ramparts...Read More

  • 12. King's Square


    In a town where age is relative, King's Square is comparatively new. The square was only created in the 19th century after a marshy part of...Read More

  • 13. Nea's Alley


    While roaming the back streets, look for Nea's Alley. Nineteenth-century Irish poet Thomas Moore, who lived in St. George's during his tenure...Read More

  • 14. Old State House

    Government Building

    A curious ritual takes place every April in King's Square as one peppercorn, regally placed upon a velvet pillow, is presented to the mayor...Read More

  • 15. Ordnance Island


    Ordnance Island, directly across from King's Square, is dominated by a splendid bronze statue of Sir George Somers, commander of the Sea Venture...Read More

  • 16. Somers Garden


    After sailing to Jamestown and back in 1610, Sir George Somers—the British admiral charged with developing the Bermudian colony—fell ill and...Read More

  • 17. St. David's Island

    Nautical Site/Lighthouse

    In a place famous for manicured lawns and well-tended gardens, St. David's Island feels comparatively wild. Nevertheless, the real highlight...Read More

  • 18. St. George's Historical Society Museum, Printery, and Garden


    Furnished to resemble its former incarnation as a private home, this typical Bermudian building reveals what life was like in the early 1700s...Read More

  • 19. Swizzle Inn


    If the beauty of Crystal Caves doesn't leave you reeling, a rum swizzle certainly will. Bermuda's potent national drink was supposedly invented...Read More

  • 20. The Old Rectory


    Built around 1699 by part-time privateer George Dew, this charming limestone cottage is mainly associated with a later resident, Alexander Richardson...Read More

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