Top Tourist Attractions In Bermuda

bermuda tourist attractions Officially known as Somer Isles, Bermuda is a British province located in the North Atlantic Ocean. These islands are a mesmerizing holiday destination and offer a plethora of site seeing and other activities to its tourists.

Popular Sightseer Attractions in Bermuda

 

BAMZ (Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo)

This magnificent compound located alongside the North Shore Road in Hamilton Parish, is the home of over 300 different species of reptiles, birds and mammals.

With over 200 distinct species of fish housed in the aquarium, BAMZ is one of the most sought after tourist attractions of Bermuda.

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The National Museum of Bermuda

Formerly known as the Bermuda Maritime Museum, The National Museum of Bermuda is a 19th century citadel situated at the Royal Naval Dockyard at Sandys Parish.

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This museum speaks volumes about the rich maritime heritage of Bermuda and also houses some fascinating contemporary exhibits. This is one of the most remarkable sites to visit while vacationing in Bermuda.

Dolphin Quest Bermuda

Dolphin Quest at the Royal Naval Dockyard, is one of the most popular attractions in Bermuda, as it offers its visitors a once in a life time opportunity to touch, feed and swim with dolphins.

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A truly worthwhile and unique experience to indulge in while visiting the Bermuda Island.

Crystal Caves and Fantasy Caves Bermuda

The crystal caves of Bermuda proffer some of the most striking formations of stalactites and stalagmites. Visitors can opt for a guided tour to these caves locates at Hamilton Parish.

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Amongst other attractions the Cahow Lake also makes for a majestic sight.

St Peter’s Church Bermuda

Recognized as the oldest Anglican Cathedral in the Western hemisphere, the splendor and magnificence of this church lies in its simplicity.

St Peter’s Church Bermuda

The serrated pillars, revealed cedar beams and candlelit chandeliers of this church all add to the charm and lure of this situate.

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Bermuda Perfumery

Situated on Queen Street at St George, this is one of the oldest and finest perfume stores, stocking a wide variety of exquisite smelling fragrances. This is an ideal place for tourists to shop for perfumes and pick up a few for family and friends.

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St Catherine Fort Bermuda

This magnificent fort is perched on the north east of St. George Island. St. Catherine’s fort is an exemple of the rich legacy and history of this island as it contains some of the most well conserved artifacts and exhibits from history, making it an excellent tourist attraction of the island.

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Spittal Pond Nature Reserve, Bermuda

Located at Smith’s Parish this 64 acres nature reserve is an ideal situate for all nature enthusiasts. Rated as one of the best natural reserves of Bermuda this reserve is one of the best seats in the entire island for bird watching.

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BUEI (Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute)

Situated in Hamilton the Underwater Exploration Institute is an epitome of underwater life.

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute

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This establishment has contributed a great deal in unraveling the anonymity of the ocean, and also houses some fabulous exhibits and artifacts.



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