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The neatly maintained vintage shops of Front Street are at your doorstep when you dock in Hamilton. British influences have blended comfortably with casual island style. Explore the town, including the Royal Yacht Club, the Cathedral with its memorials, and the Historical Museum. Take a drive around the island to the Botanical Gardens and to St. George’s, the old capital with its 18th-century town hall and cobblestone lanes.

St. George

On the East End of Bermuda lies St. George. This postcard-come-to-life features cobblestone streets with names like Petticoat Lane and Featherbed Alley. Glorious beaches and historic King’s Square on the waterfront are favorite attractions as well. The town contains branches of most of the major stores in Hamilton.

West End (King’s Wharf)

West End, Bermuda’s third port of call, offers a complex built around the remarkable Royal Naval Dockyard. A shipyard that was the British Royal Navy’s headquarters until March 1995, has been beautifully restored to offer shopping, restaurants, art galleries, craft markets and eight wonderful museums.  For water-lovers, there is also a snorkel park and an extensive watersports facility.

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