Top Things to Do in Bermuda
Discover All the Attractions the Island Has to Offer
Centrally located in downtown Hamilton, the Royal Palms Hotel offers effortless access to a diverse range of things to do on Bermuda. Both during the day and at night, the best of Bermuda beckons from right outside the doors of our hotel. Additionally, we are located within walking distance of the main bus terminal and ferry terminal in Hamilton, making it easy to explore everything there is to do on the island. Why not take advantage of our pedal bikes and e-bikes and explore the city the old fashioned way! Just ask us about them when you arrive.
City Hall & Art Centre
The City Hall located in the heart of the city is home to Bermuda's national collection of art. Enjoy permanent exhibits of sculptures, paintings and photographs.
Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute
Thirty years ago, John F. Kennedy observed that although 70 percent of the earth is covered by water, mankind lavished more money, energy and time on studying the surface of the moon than on learning about the oceans of our own planet.
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse began its job in 1846 and has been flashing out its beam to seafaring men ever since first by the use of kerosene, and finally these days by electricity.
Originally opened in 1898 the Bermuda Botanical Gardens features 36 acres of flowers, shrubs and trees. It is also home to the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art.
Horseshoe Bay Beach
Horseshoe Bay is ranked as one of the best beaches in the world. The expansive horseshoe shaped pink sand beach is bordered by natural limestone cliffs and large reefs where snorkelers can explore the large variety of fish and sealife.
Bermuda Aquarium & Zoo
The Aquarium showcases more than 200 species of fish and delicate marine invertebrates from our shallow coastal waters, spectacular northern coral reefs, and the deep ocean.
Explore one of the island’s largest and most dramatic cave systems at Crystal Caves of Bermuda.
Admiralty House Park
Find walking trails, ruins, underground tunnels and a secluded beach ringed with limestone cliffs at this small park near Spanish Point on Bermuda's North Shore.