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Located in the northwest of Bermuda, Hamilton Parish incorporates just over 2.3 miles, is the capital of Bermuda and named for the 16th century Marquess of Hamilton. Despite having a city-wide population of between 950 and 1500, Hamilton does a booming trade in international business, insurance, and investment funds, all of which it exports. The ... Read more
natural landscape in Hamilton Parish includes the magical Crystal Caves, beautiful Horseshoe Bay, and Warwick Long Bay. The Bermuda Aquarium and Museum offers a chance to see aquatic life up close.

Things to see and do in Hamilton

  • Crystal Caves
    9.236 reviews
    Sights and Museums, Landmark
    Popular withAdventureFamilies
  • Horseshoe Bay
    9.832 reviews
    Outdoors, Beaches and Watersports, Scenic Lookout, Sailing
    Popular withOutdoorsyFamilies
  • Warwick Long Bay
    9.311 reviews
    Outdoors, Beaches and Watersports
    Popular withFamiliesOutdoorsy
  • Tucker's Point Golf Club
    9.810 reviews
    Outdoors, Golf
    Popular withLuxuryBusiness

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Although often lumped into a group with islands of the Caribbean (probably thanks to the Beach Boys), Bermuda is actually much further north and thus has cooler weather in the winter than one might expect from ... Read more
somewhere “tropical.” The temperatures in the 60s and low 70s (18-22C) from December through March are great for golfing and getting off-season rates, but not as much for lying on the beach or spending time in the water. High season in Bermuda is when the climate is at its warmest, peaking around 85F (29C) in August. Hurricane season, which officially lasts from June to November, is cause for some concern when booking a trip, but Bermuda does see fewer storms than the mainland United States.

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Hamilton reviews

  • 9.8
    Luxury Travellers
  • 8.6
    Outdoor Enthusiasts
  • 8.6
    Family Travellers
  • 7.9
    History Buffs
  • 7.5
    Business Travellers

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Brooklyn

Bermuda is stunning this beach is amazing with pink sand that feels like powder!!

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Surfside

Took a personal walking tour my 1st day here. Beautiful parks and friendly greetings from people.

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Bedford

Not a bad place to spend an afternoon if you are in Bermuda. Lots of boutique shops and plenty of dining but the prices are a bit higher than the States.

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Puerto Vallarta

The city was very nice but I didn't really love Bermuda that much. There are many places in the Caribbean that I would prefer to visit.

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New York City

Neat town to walk around. Definitely find out which nights they will be having their street festival, it's pretty cool to check out. There is also plenty of shops for souvenirs.

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New York City

I liked the city of Hamilton though I am glad I stayed in Southampton. Thing is I expected it to be more British then it was....I felt more like I was in Virginia then the UK...was surprised how American influenced it was

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Bedford

If you're in Bermuda, you have to visit Hamilton! The town is small but charming, especially the Front Street area. Find a restaurant looking out to the ocean for some famous fish chowder!

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New York City

Hamilton is a nice little town and Front Street is okay for a day. It's the sort of place you go to not do anything though, so the lack of things to do isn't that bad.

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Such a fun place to visits - the shops are outstanding, the people very friendly. Be sure to ask them, "How are you today? It's a lovely day, isn't it?" And then ask your question. They are very polite and prefer to engage in a conversation rather than have you snap out a question. It's beautiful and warm and full of character!

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Brockton
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The Capital of Bermuda with pretty much most of the shopping area. It is a modern city with plenty of stores and restaurants, bars, main Post Office etc.
Our favorite place there was Fort Hamilton, tremendous views of the entire island and a moat which has been turned into a nice botanical garden. The coffee shop at the ferry stop has good coffee, sandwhiches and the best patries in Bermuda.

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