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Beyond Our Beaches: 6 of the Most Beautiful Locations in Bermuda

Beauty is abounding in Bermuda but there are some locations that offer even more splendor than others. A feast for the eyes, these 6 places are some of the most beautiful in Bermuda.   1. Harbour Road Cycle, ride or drive the length from Burnt House Hill, Warwick to The Lane, Paget and take it the vistas of the Great Sound, Hamilton Harbour and Front Street from afar. In the summer months, you can spot young sailors, racing and tacking in…


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Bermuda’s Beaches Reimagined

Every Bermudian has their favourite beach, whether it be a secluded unnamed bay or a bustling, noisy shoreline but some beaches are better than others for very specific reasons. Here's our list of worthy beaches and why each should be…


Arts

The 2020 Bermuda Biennial Opens at the Bermuda National Gallery

The 2020 Bermuda Biennial opens to the public on Saturday, March 7th. Featuring a number of works by local artists and photographers, the exhibition (sponsored by Bicardi Limited) has been hosted every other year by the Bermuda National Gallery since…


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Exploring Fort Hamilton

The Moat Our grandson is the first to notice the cannon that heralds the way to Fort Hamilton. He rushes towards it, points out that he’s seen a cannon just like it in St. George’s, and pats the black painted…


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7 Must Know Facts About St. George’s

Bermuda's first capital was deserted almost overnight when Hamilton became the hub for government, trade, and mariners in the early 1800s. As a result, the town of St. George is frozen in time and provides an incredible portal into the…

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A History of Whaling in Bermuda

Whaling in Bermuda began in the 17th century, and, research reveals, it was an altogether improvised affair. In true Bermuda spirit, a historian notes “boat crews were treated to rum punch at the end of the day, regardless of whether…