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Hamilton, in Pembroke Parish, is Bermuda's administrative center and largest city.

UnderstandEdit

Hamilton boasts a large quantity of museums, some fine buildings and architecture. It boasts a fine Anglican cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity. There are numerous forts, fortifications and bits of Royal Naval heritage. There are cinemas, a variety of shops, bars, hotels and restaurants. The city is also blessed with markets, gardens, stalls, beaches, squares and plazas with wide streets, boulevards and walkways.

Pembroke Parish occupies most of the short peninsula which juts from the central north coast of Bermuda's main island, and surrounds the city of Hamilton.

Get inEdit

Hamilton is accessible from all parts of Bermuda.

By boatEdit

Get aroundEdit

All locations in and around Hamilton are easily walkable. Explore Hamilton City

SeeEdit

Notable attractions in Hamilton include:

DoEdit

BuyEdit

  • 1 Washington Mall, 20 Church St, +1 441-295-4186.

EatEdit

There are some restaurants in Hamilton that are considered to be "pub style".

DrinkEdit

SleepEdit

There are also a wide variety of B&B style accommodations and smaller guestroom hotels (with kitchenettes).

BudgetEdit

Mid-rangeEdit

SplurgeEdit

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