We were in Bermuda in the cooler off-season and took part of a Sunday morning to visit the aquarium and zoo.
The facility is easily reached by bus. It is in Flatt's Village and all the bus drivers were very cordial about letting us know what stop we wanted. Just ask them to alert you when you get on. The bus stops are immediately in front of the zoo.
The exhibits are fairly modest and didn't seem to be holding the interest of the youngest kids in the place. But as an adult without children to entertain I enjoyed learning about the natural history of Bermuda. The aquarium has one very large tank with a couple of small sharks in it as well as some of the larger fish species.
The zoo had an interesting Madagascar exhibit with some ring-tailed lemurs and tamarinds in it. The whole exhibit is screened in so the animals and birds are free inside. The lemurs came out of the trees to sun themselves on the walkway.
There is a snackbar with outdoor seating with gorgeous views out over Harrington Sound. The water was that spectacular Bermuda turquoise and the sun came out while we were eating. Beautiful!
This is the ideal place to visit when the weather isn't good enough for the beaches.
If you take your small kids and they get bored, please don't let the run crazy and bother other people. There is a kids play area outside near the snackbar where they can burn off a little energy. There is also a fairly standard tidal pool exhibit where kids can touch various critters. So it's not as if there is nothing to keep small kids interest.
As another comment stated, this isn't a big city extravagant place. But it is a place to go learn a bit more about the island and is worth the trip.
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