Every Wed. night (May-September)
1) On-street celebrations from 7 to 10 p.m.
2) Shops are generally open until 9:00 p.m.
3) You get to see Bermuda's local Arts and Crafts
4) Live Music and Entertainment
5) Food Court
6) Lots of activities for Children in the Children's Court, including fun castles in all sizes, the ever-popular train, face painting, tattoos and hair braiding.
7) You can see the Bermuda Regiment band, which marches down Front Street in full regimental apparel with pipes and drums. And of course, one of the biggest attractions is the performances by the Gombey troupes.
Every Sat. morning 8:00-1:00pm (Nov.-June)
Located at the Botanical Gardens JJ Outerbridge Building, the Bermuda Farmers' Market showcases the best of Bermuda home grown and home-made products. You will find local farmers, gardeners and artisans selling produce, farm-related items, plants and locally designed items.
Privately owned by the Gibbons family, Palm Groves is a wonderful manicured garden in Bermuda's Devonshire parish. The 18-acre landscaped garden stretches from the main South Road to the sea. As the name suggest, there is a wide array of palm trees and palmettos including Cuban Royal palms, Canary Island palms and such. The garden also has Sago and coconut trees and there are nice limestone huts. There is an aviary that has lots of parrots.
You will see a moon gate in the garden. Moon gates are supposed to bring good luck for the newly wed couples who pass through them. There is also a wishing well. The main highlight of the garden is a lily pond with a Bermuda island map on it as you can see in the picture above.
Take a trip into the past with a FREE walking tour through the vibrant streets of Bermuda’s capital. Join the City’s Town Crier Ed Christopher, one of Bermuda’s most well-known and knowledgeable local figures, and discover Hamilton’s fascinating history. This tour is FREE, gratuities are gratefully accepted.
April - December
Monday - Friday | 10:30 am | 1hr 45min
City Hall - 17 Church Street
Wear comfortable shoes. Water is provided
Opened in 1997, the purpose of Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute or BUEI is to enhance understanding of the mysteries of the ocean and to know and learn about the historic shipwrecks of Bermuda. This is hone through a series of eye-popping artefacts and exhibits, many of them interactive. A life-size replica of a 500 pound, 27-foot-long squid hangs in the entrance. The exhibits are showcased on two different floors
Great museum with local art right in the Botanical Gardens. At the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, you can experience Bermuda as seen through the eyes of artists like Winslow Homer, Georgia O’Keeffe, Charles Demuth, Jack Bush and Albert Gleizes among many others. Many of the paintings in the Bermudiana Collection are landscapes of our beautiful island paradise, and others reflect the unique warmth of Bermuda’s people and cultural heritage.
This is an interesting day out as there are three different attractions - the aquarium, natural history museum and a zoo.
Established in 1898, these 36 acres have been a popular spot to walk and relax among the lush foliage for more than a century. Along with flowers, you’ll find a palm garden with native palmetto trees, a subtropical fruit garden and a sensory garden for the blind, with Braille signs fronting fragrant blooms and herbs. Greenhouses hold collections of orchids and succulents, and the grounds are also home to Camden House, the official residence of Bermuda’s Premier, and the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art.
A fine selection of freshly brewed tea, finger sandwiches, pastries, and hot from the oven scones served with local honey, jam and Chantilly cream alongside. Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. Visit historic 18th century Stewart Hall and see how perfumes are made.