Bermuda: Places to Go
The Heritage Passport:
Experience the life and history of Bermuda on a tour of eight interesting
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.
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
- Tucker House Museum
- Bermuda National Trust
- Forth St. Catherine
- Verdmont Museum
Cost: $35.00 adults
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.
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.
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
- 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.
- West Whale Bay
- Warwick Long Bay
- Tobacco Bay
- Stonehale Bay
- Parsons Bay
- Somerset Long Bay