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Vintage Views of Hamilton

1Hamilton has changed a lot over time. Do you remember all of the stores and restaurants of yesteryear that dotted the city streets? Take a trip down memory lane with us via photos from our archives and appreciate the way Hamilton used to be.    


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Tourist In Your Own Town: 3 Places To Reconnect with Nature

Reconnect with the natural wonders of Bermuda with time spent outdoors at some of the island's most picturesque spots!   Walk the Paths from Warwick Long Bay to Horseshoe Bay Although the paths and dunes that separate Long Bay and…


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Into the Ocean: Elbow Beach

Early in our history of tourism, Elbow Beach, formerly “Elba Beach,” was more iconic than Horseshoe Bay, thanks perhaps to the hotel built on the site in 1908. Thousands of tourists would come to enjoy sun and sand here, especially…


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Vintage Horse & Carriages

Travel back to the 17th century by taking a relaxing horse and carriage ride. We all remember when novelty horse and carriages were common in Hamilton and St. George, and there's nothing more romantic than horse-drawn ride.      …


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Eat Like a Local in Somerset

Many tout the City of Hamilton as the home of all the best eateries in Bermuda, however, we'd argue that you will find authentic Bermudian cuisine and dining experiences in Somerset, where tourists and locals enjoy digging in. Here are…

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Women in Sport from Way Back When

Women having been conquering tennis courts, running marathons and hitting home runs in Bermuda since the very beginning.     Tennis players at Clermont in 1888     In July 1953, Mrs. S. Apicella boated this 42lb wahoo after an…