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Horseshoe Bay Beach (Southampton Parish)
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$115* and up
Ranked #1 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Beaches
Category: Beaches
Swim in safety at Bermuda's most popular beach, best known for the lifeguard on duty from May to September.
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Ranked #2 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Sports Complexes; Landmarks
Owner description: Welcome to Blue Water Divers and Watersports, Bermuda - we are under new ownership as of June 2012; we celebrated our... more » Owner description: Welcome to Blue Water Divers and Watersports, Bermuda - we are under new ownership as of June 2012; we celebrated our one-year anniversary on 15 June 2013. We have worked hard over the past year to improve our presence on tripadvisor and other social media sites - we recognize that dive travelers are doing their research and choosing the places that best suit their needs, while focusing on the highest ratings in customer service. We run two-tank morning and one-tank afternoon trips on our 36 foot purpose-built Newton dive boat. We offer a full range of PADI courses, up to and including Assistant Instructor ratings. Please check out our website for details. If we can help in any way with planning your dives, please give us a call or contact us through our website. New transport option! WATER TAXI Bookings - for cruise passengers in Dockyard, or anyone close to Hamilton, we can book the new water taxi for you, which will pick you up and bring you directly to Robinson's Marina, and then run you back again after the dive boat gets back in. The price is similar to catching a regular taxi, and it's by far the best way to travel around Bermuda :) All the best - Chris Gauntlett | Owner/Operator | Blue Water Divers & Watersports, Bermuda « less
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Warwick Long Bay Beach (Warwick Parish)
Ranked #3 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Beaches
A half-mile stretch of paradise, with gently rolling waves, coral reefs and pale white sand.
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St. Peter's Church (St. George)
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$115* and up
Ranked #4 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: Contains a wealth of different architectural styles from the 17th century onwards; best known for being the oldest Anglican... more » Owner description: Contains a wealth of different architectural styles from the 17th century onwards; best known for being the oldest Anglican Church in the Western Hemisphere. « less
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Gibb's Hill Lighthouse (Southampton Parish)
Ranked #5 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Lighthouses; Landmarks
The oldest cast iron lighthouse in the world provides breathtaking views of the Bermuda shoreline.
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Jobson's Cove Beach (Warwick Parish)
Ranked #6 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Beaches
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Ranked #7 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Inside the world of secret underground tunnels, shipwrecked explorers and hidden treasure.
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Elbow Beach (Paget Parish)
Ranked #8 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Beaches
Owner description: Three hotels line this beach, making it popular with tourists; you might want to avoid this place if you're not into the... more » Owner description: Three hotels line this beach, making it popular with tourists; you might want to avoid this place if you're not into the Spring Break college kid party scene, which tends to crowd the beach during the Easter season. « less
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$56* and up
Ranked #9 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Natural History Museums; Aquariums; Zoos
Owner description: Seals, turtles, fish, monkeys, birds, and the first living coral reef exhibit in the world: this complex offers a fairly... more » Owner description: Seals, turtles, fish, monkeys, birds, and the first living coral reef exhibit in the world: this complex offers a fairly complete survey of the natural wonders found in the Caribbean. « less
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The Turtle Hill Golf Club (Southampton Parish)
Ranked #10 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Resort Communities; Golf Courses; Sports Complexes
Owner description: Accuracy is key at this challenging course of par-3s. Winner of Golf Digest’s Best Places To Play Golf, Bermuda’s Fairmont... more » Owner description: Accuracy is key at this challenging course of par-3s. Winner of Golf Digest’s Best Places To Play Golf, Bermuda’s Fairmont Southampton Golf Course features 18 par-three holes, most with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean. With its lush tropical surroundings, dramatic elevation changes and strong coastal winds, this challenging 2,684-yard course is designed to take your short game to new heights, requiring patience and prudent club selection. You’ll play through multiple bunkers and water hazards while three tee offerings on all 18 holes make it perfect for golfers of all skill levels. Rent shoes and clubs at the full-service Pro Shop, where you can also store your bag upon arrival or arrange for lessons from one of the course’s golf professionals. « less
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Ranked #11 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Art Museums; Museums
Owner description: Bermuda's first purpose built museum houses a collection of Bermuda inspired art of over 1,400 works by artists such as... more » Owner description: Bermuda's first purpose built museum houses a collection of Bermuda inspired art of over 1,400 works by artists such as Georgia O'Keeffe, Winslow Homer and Albert Gleizes. A continuously evolving show of local artists is also on display. To learn about Bermuda's culture and history, there is no better stop on your vacation itinerary! Open Monday - Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm and Sunday from 11 am - 4:30 pm. CLOSED on Public Holidays and Exhibit Changeovers. Admission $5, free for members and children under 12. « less
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Fort St. Catherine (St. George)
Ranked #12 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums
Fort turned history museum, featuring an exhibit called "Highlights in Bermuda's History."
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Ranked #13 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: The mother Anglican church in Bermuda, known not only for its religious, historical, and social importance, but also for its... more » Owner description: The mother Anglican church in Bermuda, known not only for its religious, historical, and social importance, but also for its beautiful architecture. « less
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Crystal & Fantasy Caves (Hamilton Parish)
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$56* and up
Ranked #14 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Caverns/ Caves; Nature and Parks
Travel 120 feet below the earth's surface and explore subterranean lakes and passageways.
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Dolphin Quest (Sandys Parish)
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Ranked #15 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Tours
Owner description: Dolphin Quest Bermuda, located at the historic National Museum of Bermuda, brings people and dolphins closer than ever in... more » Owner description: Dolphin Quest Bermuda, located at the historic National Museum of Bermuda, brings people and dolphins closer than ever in fun, interactive dolphin encounter programs for all ages. This unique experience is on-of-a-kind in Bermuda. A Dolphin Quest encounter program is great for everyone from kids to honeymooners! Reservations can be made up to one year in advance. A portion of the proceeds from all Dolphin Quest encounter programs supports vital marine education, conservation and research. « less
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Church Bay Beach (Southampton Parish)
Ranked #16 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Beaches
Strap on those flippers: the calm, sheltered waters of the bay make this beach a great place to snorkel.
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Ranked #17 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Beaches
A long stretch of white sanded beach, perfect for lounging and sunbathing.
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Tobacco Bay (St. George)
Ranked #18 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Bodies of Water; Nature and Parks
This bay is known for its calm waters and crowded beaches.
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Ranked #19 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Nature and Parks
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West Whale Bay Beach (Southampton Parish)
Ranked #20 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Beaches
People aren't the only tourists here: come April, the bay is a stopping point for whales headed north.
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Town Crier of St. George's (St. George's Parish)
Ranked #21 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Traveler Resources
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Tom Moore's Jungle (Hamilton Parish)
Ranked #22 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Forests; Nature and Parks
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Daniel's Head Park (Somerset Village)
Ranked #23 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Nature and Parks
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Jon Faulkner Pottery (Sandys Parish)
Ranked #24 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Owner description: Jon Faulkner pottery is located within Bermuda Clayworks, dockyard, Bermuda. Each piece is individually made by Jon on the... more » Owner description: Jon Faulkner pottery is located within Bermuda Clayworks, dockyard, Bermuda. Each piece is individually made by Jon on the potters wheel and fired in a salt kiln. « less
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Ranked #25 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Tourist/ Visitor Centers; Traveler Resources
Stop by here to get up to date brochures, schedules and information on events island-wide.
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Ranked #26 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water
This family-friendly beach has a lifeguard on duty from May to September as well as bathrooms and changing facilities.
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Chaplin's Bay Beach (Warwick Parish)
Ranked #27 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Beaches
Avoid the crowds at this small, secluded beach.
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Ranked #28 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Art Museums; Museums
Owner description: The Bermuda National Gallery was established in 1992 and has an historical and contemporary collection to reflect the history... more » Owner description: The Bermuda National Gallery was established in 1992 and has an historical and contemporary collection to reflect the history and diversity of the Island's evolving demographic. Artworks include European (for example Gainsborough, Reynolds, Wilson), traditional west African, Bermudian, American Impressionism, photography and more. Every other year, the BNG hosts the Bermuda Biennial of Contemporary Art, next opening is June 2014. This museum has provided sculpture for the Queen Elizabeth Park (formerly Par-la-Ville Park) in Hamilton and has a satellite location in St. George's: BNG East, located in Bridge House. Admission is free to the BNG sites. « less
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Church Bay (Southampton Parish)
Ranked #29 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Bodies of Water; Nature and Parks
The coral reefs make this bay great for snorkeling, but not for inexperienced swimmers: the waters can get rough.
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Ranked #30 of 193 attractions in Bermuda
Category: Nature and Parks
Well-kept gardens in the city of Hamilton.
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