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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
  • Horseshoe Bay

    3. Horseshoe Bay


    When locals say they're going to "the beach," they're generally referring to Horseshoe Bay, the island's most popular. With clear water, a 0...Read More

    Horseshoe Bay
  • National Museum of Bermuda

    4. National Museum of Bermuda


    The Maritime Museum, ensconced in Bermuda's largest fort, displays its collections in a series of old munitions warehouses that surround the...Read More

    National Museum of Bermuda
  • Spittal Pond Nature Reserve

    5. 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
  • 6. 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

  • 7. Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI)


    The 40,000-square-foot Ocean Discovery Centre showcases local contributions to oceanographic research and undersea discovery. Highlights include...Read More

  • 8. Clearwater Beach


    On the eastern tip of the island in St. David's, Clearwater is a long sandy strip of beach that's popular with serious swimmers and triathletes...Read More

  • 9. Dolphin Quest


    After immersing yourself in maritime history at the National Museum of Bermuda, you can immerse yourself—literally—in the wonderful world of...Read More

  • 10. Elbow Beach


    Swimming and bodysurfing are great at this beach, which is bordered by the prime strand of sand reserved for guests of the Elbow Beach Hotel...Read More

  • 11. Fort Hamilton

    Military Site

    This imposing moat-ringed fortress has underground passageways that were cut through solid rock by Royal Engineers in the 1860s. Built to defend...Read More

  • 12. 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

  • 13. Gates Fort Park


    Named after its neighboring military fort, Gates has a very small beach that is popular with local families. The park is off Barry Road, not...Read More

  • 14. Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

    Nautical Site/Lighthouse

    Designed in London and opened in 1846, this cast-iron lighthouse soars above Southampton Parish and stands 117 feet high and 362 feet above...Read More

  • 15. John Smith's Bay


    Just past Spittal Pond Nature Reserve, this beach consists of a pretty strand of long, flat, open sand. The presence of a lifeguard in summer...Read More

  • 16. 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

  • 17. Shelly Bay Beach


    Known for its sandy bottom and shallow water, Shelly Bay is a good place to take small children. It also has shade trees, a rarity at Bermudian...Read More

  • 18. Snorkel Park Beach


    Evidence of the Dockyard's naval legacy can be viewed at this protected inlet, accessed through a stone tunnel adjacent to the National Museum...Read More

  • 19. Snorkel Park Beach


    This is a popular spot for tourists as well as local families who like to treat their children to a sheltered white-sand beach and pristine...Read More

  • 20. Verdmont House Museum


    This National Trust property, which opened as a museum in 1956, is notable for its Georgian architecture, but what really sets this place apart...Read More

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