Attractions to visit while in King's Wharf, Bermuda, include Gibbs Hill Lighthouse and Sea Gardens. As of August 2015, each of these attractions are open daily and allow visitors to explore the natural beauty of Bermuda.
It's worth climbing Gibbs Hill Lighthouse's 185 stairs to see the stunning views of Bermuda and the seashore from the balcony. This cast-iron lighthouse is the oldest one in the world.
Travelers can board the Sea Garden's boat, the Bottom Peeper, for a tour of the underwater world while staying dry. Passengers get the chance to see shipwrecks, coral reefs and plenty of parrot fish. Tourists interested in snorkeling can sign up for a longer trip.