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Best things to do in Bermuda

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Beach
“Great beach side bar and restaurant. Very friendly staff. Chairs and umbrellas available to rent. Gorgeous beach and water. ”
37local recommendations
Park
“Crystal and Fantasy Caves offer a unique underground experience, along with an interesting story concerning it's discovery.”
27local recommendations
Zoo
“Beautiful fish. Seals. Turtles. Snakes. Alligator. Plenty of other animals too. Playground for kids. Restaurant with good quick kid friendly food. ”
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Point of Interest
“Arts & Culture, Parks & Nature, Sightseeing, Restaurants, Beach and Shopping. Take the Ferry from Hamilton to The Royal Naval Dockyard - it is a nice boat ride on the fast ferry.”
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Lighthouse
“The lighthouse offers a unique view of the Islands, but you do have to work for it by climbing the many winding steps to the viewing platform. Fifteen minute drive from our location.”
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Seafood Restaurant
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“When in Bermuda, you HAVE to try Wahoo’s food! (May be inspired to visit more than once! 😄)”
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Museum
“This is one of the many forts around the Island, strategically located to guard the eastern channel, the only entrance into our archipelago. Beaches and restaurants nearby. There is also a big tourism project underway, the building of fractional units, and a hotel are taking form right next to the fort. ”
18local recommendations
Museum
“beautiful scenery, great exhibits and all within the Royal Naval Dockyard. ”
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Natural Feature
“Hoseshoe Bay is one of the most popular visitor attractions, approx. fifteen minutes away. It is a full service beach, ie. umbrella and chair rentals, fast foods , and drinks, and also a full service tiki bar.”
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Restaurant
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“Well this is a great place to eat with indoor and outdoor seating but I like to go in the mid to late evening on the weekiends because they have an awesome DJ and dancing.”
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Restaurant
“The Swizzle Inn has always been a popular destination for visitors and locals alike. Originally located only in the east, there is now a second location in Warwick as well. Great food and drinks! And you can catch Ben Payne's musical styling over the weekend [east end spot].”
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Restaurant
“Bermuda’s oldest pub The Swizzle Inn and its sister pub The Swizzle South Shore are home to our national drink the Rum Swizzle created in the early 1900’s. The pubs are famous for their great atmosphere, originality and renowned food and drink. On an island swimming with fine dining establishments The Swizzles are rustic comfortable places with simple but delicious food served with fine beer, ales and cocktails.”
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Restaurant
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“A trip to Dockyard is not complete without lunch or dinner at this English (almost) style pub. Try their all day breakfast and local sausages. The local beer is highly recommended - my favourite is Whale of a Wheat!”
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Restaurant
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“Huge menu with lots of variations. Amazing sunset views. Well poured drinks. Reasonably priced for Bermuda. Always busy. Reservations Recommended. ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“A bigger grocery store. You can always stop here on your way from the airport to do your shopping before arriving at the cottage.”
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Point of Interest
“We do not recommend renting a bike unless you already have experience with motor bikes.”
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