The Clocktower Mall is one of the most impressive buildings at the Royal Naval Dockyard.
It was built in 1856 as a warehouse for the Royal Navy in Bermuda and features two one hundred foot clock towers. One tells the actual time, while the other gives the time of high tide.
Today, it houses a good selection of galleries and shops, including branches of some of Bermuda’s larger stores.
Shops and businesses here include:
|AS Cooper & Sons||Branch of one of Bermuda’s best known department stores.|
|Bermuda Shop||Gift store operated by Bermudian artist Carole Holding.|
|Bermuda Triangle||Gift and souvenir shop. Stocks hand-painted wood carvings, jewellery, candles, t-shirts, magnets, etc.|
|Calypso||Ladies clothing and accessories.|
|Crisson Jewellers||Fine jewellery and watches, Bermuda-inspired charms, necklaces and bracelets.|
|Davison’s of Bermuda||Casual sportswear, t-shirts, jackets, etc.|
|Dockyard Linen||Bermuda tablecloths, table mats, tea towels etc.|
|ER Aubrey||Branch of one of Bermuda’s best known jewellers.|
|Fair Trade Bermuda Shop||Unique items from Bermuda and around the world.|
|Grand Bazaar||Colourful store selling goods from Turkey – handmade carpets, handing lanterns, jewellery, shawls, cushion covers etc.|
|Lisa-Anne Rego Gallery||Images of Bermuda by local artist Lisa-Anne Rego – originals, prints and cards.|
|Littlest Drawbridge||Offers Bermuda gifts and souvenirs including items made from Bermuda cedar. Also sells Cuban cigars.|
|Perfume Shop||Fragrances at duty free prices. Brands include Bermuda Blue and Bermuda Breeze, and Lili Bermuda by the Bermuda Perfumery.|
|Sidekicks||Sells football shirts, kits, hats, scarves, flags, posters etc. for Premiership teams and major European clubs.|
The Clocktower Mall is air-conditioned throughout. Facilities include a Butterfield ATM and public restrooms.
The mall is open 7 days a week throughout the year. In the cruise ship season (April to November) it’s open from 9 am to 6 pm. Winter opening times are 11 am to 4 pm.
Visitors travelling wishing to travel here by public transport can catch the bus or ferry. Buses travelling to Dockyard are services 7 and 8. Both depart from the bus station in Hamilton and stop outside the mall.