As horse-drawn carriages pass by pastel-colored homes, and a bobby directs traffic from a street kiosk, you’ll get a feel for Hamilton’s British colonial history. The city’s relaxed pace sets speed limits less than 20 mph, making Hamilton a great spot to escape completely.
A quaint town lined with narrow streets, St. George’s is Bermuda’s oldest settlement, capital until 1815, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located on the island’s east end, the town keeps its history alive with public dunkings of the “town gossip”.
Visiting these spectacular caves is a magical experience. Just a short bus ride from Hamilton, these natural limestone wonders were discovered in 1905 and feature a turquoise underwater lake, surrounded by thousands of stalagmites and stalactites.
Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute
This interactive museum offers visitors the chance to try on scuba gear, experience a deep ocean dive and even escape attack by a great white shark! Inside you’ll also find an impressive sea shell collection as well as a variety of marine artifacts and treasures.
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