Address: 40 North Shore Road Flatts FL 04 Bermuda
Phone: (441) 293-2727
Hours: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Admission: Adults – $10, Children – $5
Animal lovers of all ages will have a wild time at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo. This facility was established in 1926 by the Bermuda government to inspire an appreciation for island environments. The aquarium contains over 200 species of fish. The 140,000 gallon tank, North Rock, is a living replica of one of Bermuda’s most beautiful natural coral reefs. Here you will see tropical fish, barracudas, sharks and groupers. The outdoor Harbour Seal and Green Turtle exhibits are located on either side of the main entrance of the aquarium. The Natural History Museum traces the island’s geological formation and economic development. The colorful Caribbean Pink Flamingo exhibit is filled with beautiful flamingos in a natural lake setting. Other exhibits showcase animals from the Caribbean islands, Galapagos, Australia, Asia, Madagascar, and local animals that are native to Bermuda. Make sure to visit the Gift Shop for animal toys, games, books, and Bermuda souvenirs for the whole family.
Address: Middle Road Warwick, Bermuda
Phone: (441) 238-8212
Hours: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Getting There: Number 8 bus route with a bus leaving Hamilton every 15 minutes.
Admission: $90 (children must be 12 years and older to ride)
Enjoy the breathtaking Bermuda scenery on this one hour scenic beach ride along the historic Railway trails and onto the dunes of the south shore beaches. The friendly and knowledgeable tour guide will share interesting facts about Bermudian history, plants and life on the island. The tour crosses Bermuda’s famous south shore beaches including Warwick Long Bay, Jobson’s Cove, Chaplin Bay and Stonehole Bay. Make sure to bring your camera because this tour is filled with photo opportunities.
Address: 1, The Keep, Somerset, Sandys, Bermuda MA 01
Phone: (441) 234-1418
Hours: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
Admission: Adults – $12, Children under 16 years – Free
Explore the largest museum in Bermuda. The Bermuda Maritime Museum is housed within the grounds of the former Royal Naval Dockyard on the western end of the island. This fascinating three story museum traces Bermuda’s history. Discover Bermuda’s defense heritage on the ground floor, including the history of Bermuda’s fortifications, local military forces and war veterans. The second floor showcases the legacy of slave trade and slavery in Bermuda and its dramatic impact on the island. A large coin collection is housed on the second floor, along with the history of tourism and Bermuda’s connections with other countries. The top floor pays tribute to the Royal Navy and US forces who served at Bermuda from 1941-1995. This museum will be an exciting and interesting activity for the whole family.
FINAL NOTE: if you are here for a few days then consider trying one of these stops each day and then relax on one of Bermuda’s many beautiful beaches the rest of the day and see the other stops on other days. If you are in Bermuda for only one day on a cruise these stops will make for a really great time!