Culture

Tourist In Your Own Town: St. David’s
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Tourist In Your Own Town: St. David’s

St. David’s is a special place: Steeped in history and bursting with culture, this eastern community is rich with things to do and places to discover. Carter House - 34 Southside Road, St. David's IslandAfter the Sea Venture’s colonists wrecked on Bermuda’s shores, they quickly built another boat to continue on to Virginia, to support the colony there. However, three men were asked to stay behind to continue the British legacy in Bermuda. Christopher Carter was one of those men,…


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Places to Discover: Crystal Caves

Early in 1907, Carl Gibbon and Edgar Hollis were playing cricket in the vicinity of Bailey’s Bay, when suddenly their plaything vanished. In search for the ball one of the boys discovered a deep hole in the earth which he…


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5 Places You’ve Never Been To In Bermuda, Even If You Live Here

It really doesn't matter how long you've lived in Bermuda - we're betting that even if you claim to know our island through and through, there are parts of it you still have to explore. Here are 5 places in…


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Places to Discover: The Globe Hotel

You may not realise that during the American Civil War, Bermuda was central to Confederate blockade-running efforts, thanks to its excellent harbours and proximity to Southern ports. Now the Bermuda National Trust Museum, The Globe Hotel, occupies one of Bermuda's…


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Iconic Bermuda Architecture Represented on Vintage Postcards

These vintage Bermuda postcards, dating back to the 30's, represent iconic buildings and architecture that will be familiar to many.

Events

9 Things To Do This Weekend

Looking to have some fun this weekend? Here's what's going on around the island. JUST FOR LAUGHS: 16TH ANNUAL GALA SHOWSJust for Laughs is a world-class international stand-up comedy celebrating their Sweet Sixteen with four great Gala shows to keep…