Attractions

To gain a true appreciation of Bermuda’s rich culture and history get out and about and explore what the island has to offer. Despite its small size the island has an unending list of tourist attractions to cater for all tastes. Museums & historic buildings, art galleries & studios, parks & nature reserves, and of course beaches; Bermuda has them all. Many are also completely free.

Getting around is easy. Rent a scooter, hire a taxi or take a bus or ferry. Bermuda is only 21 square miles in area so getting lost shouldn’t be a concern. Your only problem may be finding time to fit everything in.

Name

Type

Details

Beach, Free

Small beach in St George's Parish with restaurant and bar.

Beach, Free, Park

Public park with a small beach. Close to Hamilton.

Historic

Self-guided tour of sites connected with the African Diaspora and slavery.

Free, Park

Pick up point for many of Bermuda’s water tour operators.

Free, Park

Park with collection of trees and shrubs from around the world.

Beach, Free, Park

One of the most popular venues in Bermuda for outdoor weddings.

Free, Historic, Park

Waterfront park in Hamilton where the slaves on board the American ship the Enterprise were brought ashore and freed.

Aquarium, Museum, Zoo

The island's most popular tourist attraction.

Free, Gallery

Showcases the work of Bermudian artists.

Free, Park

One of the best places to enjoy the island's varied flora.

Church, Free

Climb to the top of the spire for great views of Hamilton.

Market

Market offering crafts, gifts, and souvenirs.

Mini Golf

Mini golf course at Royal Naval Dockyard featuring famous holes from Bermuda and around the world.

Free, Museum

Small museum in Hamilton exploring the history of the island.

Gallery

Houses the national art collection.

Museum

Museum in St George. Includes an exhibit exploring the island's role in the American Civil War.

Free, Historic

Perfumery in St George.

Free, Gallery

Art gallery in Hamilton.

Museum

Educational facility dedicated to the underwater world.

Free, Park

Nature reserve with caves close to the Grotto Bay hotel.

Historic

19th century government building.

Free, Historic

Official residence of the Premier. Located in the Botanical Gardens.

Historic, Museum

One of the oldest buildings in Bermuda.

Free

War memorial in Hamilton.

Beach, Free

Small beach within walking distance of Horseshoe Bay.

Beach, Free, Park

A favourite place for snorkelling.

Free, Historic

Attractive building housing the offices of the Corporation of Hamilton and the Bermuda National Gallery.

Market

Shopping centre at Dockyard.

Cave

Impressive caves.

Historic

Beach, Free, Park

Small beach and park.

Swim with dolphins at Royal Naval Dockyard.

Beach, Free

Popular beach close to Hamilton.

Fort, Free, Historic, Park

Pentagonal fort with great views of Hamilton Harbour.

Fort, Free, Historic, Park

Fort and public park with great views of the Atlantic.

Fort, Historic, Museum

Impressive fort housing a museum.

Historic

The oldest cast iron lighthouse in the world.

Beach, Free, Park

Large, wild park popular with hikers, mountain bikers, and birdwatchers. Includes a beach with good snorkelling opportunities.

Beach, Free

The island's busiest beach.

Beach, Free

Secluded cove. Great beach for young children.

Beach, Free

Popular with locals. The only public beach in Smith's Parish.

Gallery

Art gallery in the Botanical Gardens.

Fort, Historic, Museum

Large museum at Royal Naval Dockyard.

Free, Historic

Historic cottage in St George.

Free, Park

Nature reserve maintained by the Bermuda National Trust and Bermuda Audubon Society.

Free, Park

Beautiful private gardens open to the public during the week.

Free, Historic

The best place to send postcards.

Free, Park

Park in the centre of Hamilton. Formerly Par-la-Ville Park.

Free, Historic, Park

Trail following the route of the old railway line.

Free, Historic

Bermuda's parliamentary meeting house.

Beach, Free, Park

Great beach for kids.

Beach

Beach at the Royal Naval Dockyard.

Free

The smallest drawbridge in the world.

Beach, Free, Park

Long sandy white beach. Good for families.

Free, Park

Large nature reserve with great birdwatching opportunities.

Beach, Free, Historic

Historically significant beach next to Fort St Catherine. It was here were Admiral Sir George Somers and the first colonists landed in 1609.

Church, Free, Historic

One of the oldest churches in the world.

Free, Historic

Former home of parliament.

Beach, Free

Beach close to St George offering great snorkelling.

Free, Historic, Museum

Owned and managed by the Bermuda National Trust.

Church, Free, Historic

19th century church, abandoned before completion.

Historic, Museum

A treasure trove of antique cedar and mahogany furniture.

Free, Park

Holds free music concerts in the summer months.

Beach, Free

The island's longest beach.

Free, Park

One of the island's hidden gems

Free, Historic

Headquaters of the Bermuda National Trust. One of the oldest buildings on the island.

Beach, Free

Small beach, always quiet.