Things to See and Do

 Bermuda’s diverse landscape provides an enticing playground for nature lovers and recreation seekers. Whether golfing on world-class courses or sailing across the glittering sea—visitors will find no shortage of delights to discover both on and around the island. 

South Shore Beaches

Saunter down to Horseshoe Bay Beach or other popular strands in the area for plenty of pink sand and turquoise surf.

Scuba Diving 
Explore numerous coral reefs in relatively shallow water with virtually unlimited visibility! Many remarkable reefs are readily accessible from shore.

Royal Naval Dockyard 
Flock to Bermuda's most popular tourist attraction where you can pay a visit to the Bermuda Maritime Museum, shop for souvenirs from local artisans, rent a boat or snorkel in the water park.

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse 
Climb the 185-step spiral staircase to soak up spectacular views of Hamilton and the Royal Naval Dockyard. Built in 1846, this landmark is the oldest remaining cast-iron lighthouse in the world.

Historic St. George 
Wander the winding streets of this historic British settlement to admire handsome British Colonial architecture, fountains, gardens and plazas.

Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo 
Animal and marine enthusiasts will love observing the hundreds of birds, reptiles, mammals and fish that call this attraction home.

Crystal Caves and Fantasy Caves 
Discover the island’s massive caves featuring stalactites and underground saltwater pools.

Admiralty House Park 
 This shoreside landmark features the historic dwelling reserved for British Navy admirals who served at nearby dockyards. In addition to the nature and hiking trails on site, park patrons can also watch cliff divers perform their graceful acts of remarkable athleticism.

St. Peters Church 
 Built in 1620, this Anglican church is a cultural treasure. Walk inside to marvel over the antique altar carved in 1615 by Bermuda’s first governor.

 The capital city of Hamilton is a shopping mecca dotted with plenty of pastel-colored architecture to gaze at. Other large-scale shopping opportunities can be enjoyed at the Emporium on Front Street, Windsor Place on Queen Street, Sandys Parish on the West End and Somers Wharf in the historic city of St. George.

Avid shoppers will be pleased to find a wide selection of designer brands, paintings, blown glass and locally-produced handicrafts including banana dolls, pottery, pink-sand jewelry and products made from cedar. Note that while there is no sales tax in Bermuda, there are import duties included in the sales price of foreign goods.

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