Boats and colorful architecture along the shoreline in Hamilton, Bermuda

Cruise to Hamilton, Bermuda

Full of pastel hues and waterfront bustle, Hamilton is home to aquatic attractions like the Bermuda Aquarium, the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute and Sea Glass Beach. It also has stunning historical sites like the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity and the lush gardens of Queen Elizabeth Park. Cruise to Hamilton, Bermuda and head to Front Street for colorful shops selling wine, souvenirs and clothes. Sample island fare inside charming little restaurants, cafes and bars, all found within beautiful colonial buildings Pop into City Hall, where top Bermudan artists' work is on display with paintings, linocut prints and photography. Stroll the breezy streets and look for the famous Bermuda shorts, worn in bright shades with knee-length socks by people on their way to work.
National Language English
Currency Accepted Bermudian Dollar (BMD), U.S Dollar (USD)

Things To Do in Hamilton

A group of flamingos at an aquarium in Hamilton, Bermuda

Hamilton, Bermuda Flamingos

The Real Waterworld

The Real Waterworld

Learn about the distinct ecology of the famous Bermuda reef and the species that inhabit those waters at the Bermuda Aquarium. Then turn into an oceanographer at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, where interactive exhibits let you study ghostly shipwrecks and the mysterious Bermuda triangle.

Front view of the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, also known as the Bermuda Cathedral, an Anglical cathedral on Church Street in Hamilton, Bermuda

Hamilton, Bermuda Cathedral

Blast From the Past

Blast From the Past

Head to the historical sites of Bermuda's capital, starting with the Bermuda Historical Society Museum, where you can find Bermuda's very first currency, Hogge money, along with 19th-century cedar furniture and paintings of famous Bermudians, including settler George Somers. Check out the neo-gothic Holy Trinity Cathedral, with its English architecture surrounded by tropical nature.

Fully white exterior of the city hall building in Hamilton, Bermuda

Hamilton, Bermuda City Hall

Creation Nation

Witness the inventive nature of Bermudians at City Hall, which houses the National Gallery and the Society of Arts. The gallery displays paintings, installations and masks, while the society sells paintings, photographs and sculptures. Also inside City Hall is The Earl Cameron Theater, the stage for local performances like dance recitals and pantomimes.

Bowl of red Bermuda fish chowder, considered the national dish, in a restaurant in Hamilton, Bermuda

Hamilton, Bermuda Fish Chowder

Local Cuisine

Bermuda's most flavorful and popular dishes include Pawpaw casserole — papayas cooked in a savory preparation with onions, carrots, herbs and often cheese or yogurt — the spice- and tomato-forward Bermuda fish chowder and the ever-popular black rum cake. Cruise to Bermuda and head to Art Mel's Spicy Dicy, Hog Penny, or Devil's Isle to taste the island flavors that have made Hamilton's cuisine famous.

Swimming shorts trunks with floral patterns from a shop in Hamilton, Bermuda

Hamilton, Bermuda Floral Shorts


Shopping time in Hamilton starts at Front Street. Walk by its colorful buildings and venture inside the many elegant shops, like Ateliere, carrying jewelry, clothing, wine and more. Continue your vacation by venturing into alleyways such as Bermuda House Lane and Chancery Lane for quirky little shops selling collectibles, arts and crafts — and of course, those cute Bermuda pants.

Insider's Tips
Insider's Tips
1 Take the Sea Express ferry that sails from Hamilton for views of the harbor on your way to exciting spots like St. George and Great Sound.
2 Head to the Four Ways Inn and enjoy a reading by Mark Twain impersonator, Galvin Wilson.
3 For more history, head to Fort Hamilton, with its ancient fortifications and beautifully manicured gardens.

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