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   Sunday, November 19, 2017 

European Union United Kingdom Bermuda Bermuda: Places to Go

 Sightseeing     

The Heritage Passport:

Experience the life and history of Bermuda on a tour of eight interesting sites.

The Bermuda Aquarium and Zoo:

An array of marine life, this aquarium has over 100 species of ocean and reef environment fishes, with a 145,000-gallon North Roack exhibit. The Zoo is home to numerous indigenous animal lives from as far away as Australia.

  • Tel: 441-293-2727

The Bermuda Maritime Museum:

There are fascinating arrays of historical artifacts housed in this museum. Consisting of eight buildings a variety of exhibitions can be viewed on and daily basis.

  • Cost: $7.00 adults
  • Tel: 441-234-1418

Other Tours within the Heritage Passport:

Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute:

Discover the wonder of the underwater world in this very interesting excursion. Enjoy a simulated dive to the bottom of the ocean and see an interactive film about Bermuda's fascinating ecosystem

  • Bermuda National Gallery
  • Tucker House Museum
  • Bermuda National Trust Museum
  • Forth St. Catherine
  • Verdmont Museum

Cost: $35.00 adults

Cost: $17.50 kids

Tel: 441-236-4034

 Other Interesting Tours     

Crystal Caves:

Considered to be the largest system on the island, it is situated approximately 80 feet underground. Within this system there is a bridge that crosses a Lake of over 40 feet deep, a gift shop and a snack bar.

  • Tel: 441-239-6957

The Royal Naval Dockyard:

Home to the largest floating dry dock in the world, slaves and convicts built this Dockyard in 1869. A nice leisurely walk will take you to the many shops and restaurants, which were once the naval buildings.

Botanical Gardens:

An exotic array of tropical plants, flowers and shrubs. This 36 acres garden has a palm garden, a fruit garden, and a garden for the blind that features scented plants, a flowering hibiscus garden, amongst numerous gardens. This explosion of color and scents is a must see to every nature lover.

  • Tel: 441-236-4201

 Beaches     

  • Black Bay: A perfect spot to romance the love of your life.
  • Chaplin Bay:
  • Church Bay: Ideal for snorkeling, the water is relatively calm.
  • Horseshoe Bay: The most popular beach in Bermuda.
  • Mangrove Bay: This beach is ideal for sailing and fishing.

Other beaches:

  • West Whale Bay
  • Warwick Long Bay
  • Tobacco Bay
  • Stonehale Bay
  • Parsons Bay
  • Somerset Long Bay

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