There are surprisingly large number of excellent sightseeing places in this 21-square mile tiny island.
Main Sightseeing Attractions :
Town of St. George. A scenic UNESCO World Heritage Site and the oldest, continually inhabited British settlement in the New World. It boasts small winding streets with typical British Colonial architecture with fountains, gardens and squares, cobbled streets and plazas.
Bermuda Maritime MuseumPender Rd, Royal Naval Dockyard, Phone: 441-234-1418, (http://www.bmm.bm/). Take 1/2 a day to go to the Royal Naval Dockyard. After the loss of its naval bases during the American Revolutionary War, the British Royal Navy relocated the headquarters of its Atlantic Fleet here from 1812 to 1957. The old limestone storage buildings, keep and fortress have been wisely redeveloped by the Bermuda Government into a tourist attraction and shopping centre.
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo40 North Shore Road, Flatts Village, ☎ +1 441 293-2727, (http://www.bamz.org/). Daily 9AM-5PM last admission 4PM. Centerpieced by a 140,000 gallon replica coral reef, this one of Bermuda's main attractions. Over three hundred birds, reptiles and mammals and 200 species of fish. Adults $10, Seniors $5, ages 5 to 12 $5.
Crystal and Fantasy Caves, Wilkinson Ave, Bailey’s Bay, ☎ +1 441 293-0640, . Daily 9:30AM-4:30PM last admission 4:00. Two quite different caves to see. You can see one cave for $22 or two for $30. Narrated tours require walking down ~80 steps to underground caves with pools. Very beautiful if you have never done this before.