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Vintage Local Scenes
Our Bermuda

Vintage Local Scenes

From roofing houses with Bermuda limestone, to relaxing on an oceanside patio, we've put together this gallery of local Bermudian scenes.                


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Shop Bermuda’s Farmers’ Markets Like a Pro

There are plenty of reasons why you should be getting your produce from a local farmer’s market, namely that it’s the best way to support our local growers and help mitigate climate change by sidestepping the CO2 emissions produced when…


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Tourist in Your Own Town: Smith’s

Smith's is not often considered a ‘touristy’ spot, yet this parish hosts a surprising number of Bermuda classic bucket list locations.   Verdmont Museum Bermuda This elegant old Bermuda house-turned-museum has been beautifully restored, and boasts grounds full of native…


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Make the Most Out of Your Visit to Cooper’s Island

Cooper’s Island was only connected to St. David’s Island in 1944, when U.S. military activities on island caused it to be developed into a base. At this time, Cooper’s Islands was closed to the public and fifteen ammunition storage bunkers…


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Places to Discover: Paget Marsh & Boardwalk

One of the best places to see what a pre-colonial forest in Bermuda looked like is the lush and leafy Paget Marsh. Maintained by the Bermuda National Trust and the Bermuda Audubon Society, this 25-acre nature reserve in Paget is…

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6 Vintage Photos of St. George’s Streets

St. George's has always had plenty of old world charm and consequently has also always been popular with tourists. Here are some vintage shots of the quaint streets and alleyways of the old town.