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Where to find Bermuda’s best sightseeing

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It’s easy to see that Bermuda is a place with plenty of mystery, but it’s better to see it all up close. From iconic lighthouses to pools of underground caves, sightseeing is an everyday occasion in Bermuda. Read on to get a glimpse of some of the most intriguing and beautiful places on the island.

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The Botanical Gardens

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Sometimes you have to stop and smell the roses — not to mention the lilies, poppies, Banyan trees, and more. Stroll through a winding maze of Bermuda’s local flora and fauna on 35 acres of picture-perfect sights. Take a guided tour or just take it all in at your own pace.

Crystal Caves

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Bermuda's Crystal Caves were discovered in 1907 and today, they're still as intriguing. You can explore the underground world of blue pools, chandelier clusters, soda straws, and other awe-inspiring natural sights.

Front Street Harbourwalk

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If the city of Hamilton is Bermuda’s heart, then Front Street is its soul. The brightly colored buildings that line the harbor are filled with boutiques, restaurants, and museums that captures Front Street’s energy.

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

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Lighthouses in Bermuda aren’t just iconic, they’re an adventure. Climb 185 steps to get to the top of the famous Gibbs Hill Lighthouse. There’s no elevator, but the breathtaking panoramic view of the island makes every step well worth it.

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art (MMBA)

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If there were an “X” on the map of Bermuda, it would be right on Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art. The museum is a treasure trove of paintings, sculptures, photographs, and other artwork that explores the mystery of the island. At the museum you’ll find artwork from Winslow Homer, Georgia O’Keeffe, Charles Demuth, and more.

Unfinished Church

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Located just a five-minute walk from the heart of St. George's is the Unfinished Church of Bermuda. Its unfinished state is what makes it so celebrated. Enjoy floors of lush grass and a ceiling of open skies at the sanctuary.
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The Botanical Gardens

Sometimes you have to stop and smell the roses — not to mention the lilies, poppies, Banyan trees, and more. Stroll through a winding maze of Bermuda’s local flora and fauna on 35 acres of picture-perfect sights. Take a guided tour or just take it all in at your own pace.

Crystal Caves

Bermuda's Crystal Caves were discovered in 1907 and today, they're still as intriguing. You can explore the underground world of blue pools, chandelier clusters, soda straws, and other awe-inspiring natural sights.

Front Street Harbourwalk

If the city of Hamilton is Bermuda’s heart, then Front Street is its soul. The brightly colored buildings that line the harbor are filled with boutiques, restaurants, and museums that captures Front Street’s energy.

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

Lighthouses in Bermuda aren’t just iconic, they’re an adventure. Climb 185 steps to get to the top of the famous Gibbs Hill Lighthouse. There’s no elevator, but the breathtaking panoramic view of the island makes every step well worth it.

Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art (MMBA)

If there were an “X” on the map of Bermuda, it would be right on Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art. The museum is a treasure trove of paintings, sculptures, photographs, and other artwork that explores the mystery of the island. At the museum you’ll find artwork from Winslow Homer, Georgia O’Keeffe, Charles Demuth, and more.

Unfinished Church

Located just a five-minute walk from the heart of St. George's is the Unfinished Church of Bermuda. Its unfinished state is what makes it so celebrated. Enjoy floors of lush grass and a ceiling of open skies at the sanctuary.

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