Whether it’s a ride aboard the BUEI train or a long drive in a Twizy, getting out and about in a different way is a great way to see the island from a new perspective. Wrangle up your kids and experience Bermuda like you haven’t before, we promise you won’t regret it!

Horse Riding with Moran Meadows
If your children are into horses, try Moran Meadows, located on Barry Road in St. George’s. Children aged nine and up can join their parents on scenic coast rides or, in the summer, sunrise beach trail rides. Click HERE for more! 

Bronco Stables Horse and Carriage
Bronco Stables gives sightseeing tours of the Town of St. George and nearby coastline. Leaving from King’s Square, the carriage can fit a maximum of six adults and two children. Each tour takes an hour and includes a stop at a sea glass beach. There are no age restrictions. Click HERE for more! 

Travel by Bus
Bermuda’s buses are bright pink—what child wouldn’t love a ride in a pink bus? Almost all the beaches and visitor attractions are a short walk from a bus stop, making this method of public transport both convenient and fun, no matter what the adventure. Click HERE for more!

Travel by Ferry
Bermuda’s first ferries were simple: one guy in a rowboat. Today’s ferries are a little more sophisticated and a lot faster, transporting many locals and visitors around Bermuda every day. Take the kids on any one of the regular ferry services, which run between Hamilton, Dockyard and St. George’s, as well as a few other stops in between. No matter which route you choose, the kids will love the views of the island from the water and the excitement of the boat ride. Click HERE for more! 

Travel by Twizy
The closest thing to a rental car in Bermuda is the Twizy. This tiny two-seater, which has just enough space for the driver and one passenger in the back, is an electric car perfect for getting around and enjoying the scenery along the way. Children aged five and up can ride as passengers, and Twizys can be rented via Current Vehicles, at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess Hotel. Click HERE for more! 

Ride a Bicycle
Thirteen-inch-frame pedal bikes, which are suitable for children from around eight or nine years old, are a great way to explore Bermuda via the Railway Trail. The trail once hosted the island’s train and runs the length of the island. Try out Fantasea’s “Bermuda Railway by Bike” tour, for ages 10 and up, or rent bikes from Oleander Cycles. Click HERE for more!

The BUEI Blue Train Tour
The BUEI Blue Train offers several tours, which depart from either the Hamilton Ferry Terminal or the Ocean Discovery Centre. No matter which route you choose, the whole family can enjoy the scenery while also learning about Bermuda’s historically and culturally significant attractions in and around Hamilton. Click HERE for more!