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- Crystal & Fantasy Caves
Take the guided tour of the caves complex and see the stunning dramatic formations of stalactites and stalagmites as you hear the history of the caves and their discovery. Inside Crystal Caves, you will walk on the wooden bridge over the crystal-clear Cahow lake. The caves are located in Hamilton Parish and accessible by bus #1 and 3 (and also by #10 and 11) operating between Hamilton and St. George. You can easily combine the caves visit along with Aquarium and proceed further to visit the historic town of St. George on the same bus routes.
- National Museum of Bermuda
Fascinating stories of Bermuda's history & heritage since the first settlement began in early 17th century are all captured in a 19th-century fortress known as The Keep at the Royal Naval Dockyard in Sandys Parish. This museum was earlier known as Bermuda Maritime Museum which featured mostly maritime history of the island. After major enhancements and new layout, and having added many new exhibits and collections, it has become The National Museum of Bermuda since December 2009. Tourists visiting from other locations of the island can avail bus #7 or 8 operating between Hamilton and dockyard, or the ferry from Hamilton to reach dockyard.
- St Peter’s Church
Located in St. George's Town, this is the oldest church in the western hemisphere. The church looks very simple from outside. Inside the candlelit chandeliers, the open cedar beams and unfinished look of the pillars make a unique ambience. There are two graveyards here - one for the black slaves and the other for the whites. Once you reach St. George's Town Square (bus #10, 11, 1, 3 or by ferry from dockyard), it's an easy walk (100 meters).
- Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
This is the oldest cast-iron lighthouse in the world and located at Southampton parish. Climb the stairs (185 steps), go up to the balcony at the top, and look around... the views are amazing. The view of the Great Sound, the many fishing and sailing boats, the landscapes are wonderful to watch. This was the lighthouse which helped many ships navigate safely through the treacherous water areas during 1800s and beyond. The lighthouse is located in Southampton. Bus #7 comes near, it's a short walk from the bus stop. The famous Horseshoe Beach is located nearby, and a combined visit is easy. Same bus route #7 goes to the beach in few minutes.
- Fort St. Catherine
Located at the north-eastern tip of St. George's, the fort's historic exhibits & artifacts and well-preserved interior makes it our top choice of forts in the island. This is one of the oldest forts in the island built in early 1600s when the British settlement began. It was then an wooden fort. However it had to be renovated and rebuilt several times, and now made of stones. It is also a large museum which show cases many artifacts of British military operations. From Kings Square of St. George, you can walk (about 25 minutes) or take a shuttle.
- Blue Hole Park (Tom Moore's Jungle)
A Nature Reserve in Hamilton Parish spreading across 12 acres of land area. It's also known as the Tom Moore's jungle and actually the only real forest area in the island. It has amazing natural pool and hidden grottos & caves, nature trails amongst lush vegetation ... a perfect secluded exploration. You can reach by bus #1, 3, 10 or 11, get off at the entry to Grotto Bay Beach Resort, and walk a short distance to the reserve.
- Dolphin Quest
A fantastic Dolphin center in Royal Naval Dockyard. If you have a dream to swim with dolphins, touch or feed them, there is no better place than the Dolphin Quest in Bermuda. While it's quite pricey to take part in the dolphin activities like swimming and feeding, you can also just go and watch the great dolphin shows and learn how they are trained to perform. The center is located within the Bermuda National Museum complex in Dockyard.
- Spittal Pond Nature Reserve
This is the largest and the most premium nature reserve of Bermuda covering 64-acres of land and is the best bird watching location in the island. Other than the large pond and lush vegetation, you can get marvelous views of the coastline, get to see some strange natural formations on the coast, and also a cave where a slave once hid for a month during the dark days of Bermuda's slavery period. It's located at Smith's Parish. Bus #1 and 3 operating between Hamilton and St. George stop at the reserve.
- Cathedral of The Most Holy Trinity
This church is a wonderful exhibition of Victorian architecture and located in Hamilton City. This imposing structure with its 143-ft tower is one of the most well known landmarks in the city and a very popular place of interest. Awesome architectural work and views from the top of the tower are its main attractions. It's on Church Street and 10-12 minute walk from Hamilton Ferry Terminal.
- Somerset Bridge
This is the smallest draw bridge in the world. It's located at Sandys parish in Somerset and was originally built in 1620. An wooden block needs to be removed to allow the mast of a sail boat to pass through. Bus #7 and 8 go over the bridge and have stops nearby.
- Cooper's Island Nature Reserve
Another wonderful unspoiled reserve with lush vegetation and wonderful views of Castle Harbor. It's located at St. Davids and next to Clearwater Beach, which is a very popular family beach in the area. Other than shuttle services from St. George, some services of bus #6 caters to the place.
- St Davids Lighthouse
The lighthouse stands on the highest point on the Eastern tip of the island and sends its beam 20 miles over the ocean.
- St. George's Town
This historic place is known as the 'olde towne'. This is where the first settlement began way back in early 1600s and the town was therefore named after the founder of Bermuda - Sir. George Somers. St. George was the former capital of Bermuda.The narrow lanes and alleyways on which horse drawn carriages operated, still bear the old names. Numerous historic sites, forts, museums and monuments bear the reflections of the days during the old British colonial era. It's now a UNESCO World Heritage site and a must visit place. You can either take a direct ferry from dockyard (in summer only), or bus #10, 11, 1, 3 from Hamilton to get to St. George.
- Hamilton City
Haven't heard of anybody who has visited Bermuda but not Hamilton. Being centrally located and easily accessible from all across the island, tourists keep pouring into the capital city, be it for great food, nightlife, shopping or to visit sites like City Hall & Art Center, Cabinet House, House of Assembly, National Library, Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, Hamilton Fort, one of the lovely city parks... the list goes on.
- Flatts Village
Located in Hamilton Parish (and also part of Smiths), this picturesque sleepy village on waterside once used to be a busy port in Bermuda. Mark Twain spent his final few days here. Bus #10 and 11 go through the nothern part of Flatts. The visit could be easily combined with the Aquarium which is located across the bridge.