What Are the Top Things to Do in Bermuda?


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The top things to do in Bermuda according to U.S. News include enjoying Horseshoe Bay Beach, touring the Unfinished Church, strolling along historic St. George and visiting the Royal Naval Dockyard. Visitors can play a round or two of golf or watch an intense cricket match.

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What Are the Top Things to Do in Bermuda?
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One of the most popular spots in Bermuda, the Horseshoe Bay Beach's pink-hued sand offers a great location for sunning and swimming. Elbow Beach offers an alternative to the crowded Horseshoe Bay that, while popular, is still somewhat secluded. Elbow Beach also boasts calm waters suitable for families.

After spending time exploring the beaches and water, visitors can explore historic Bermuda at St. George and the Unfinished Church. Construction on the Unfinished Church began at St. George in 1870 in the Gothic tradition but never came to fruition, offering visitors a peek into medieval-looking architecture. Tourists can stroll through historic St. George, a town that resembles its colonial contemporaries of Jamestown and Newfoundland. Some must-see destinations along this Unesco World Heritage Site include the Old State House and King Square.

Visitors can partake in the local culture and cuisine at the Royal Naval Dockyard, a marina filled with ships, art galleries, boutiques and restaurants. The Bermuda Maritime Museum located at the marina offers families interactive marine life exhibits.

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