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Bermuda Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 17
Total Sleeping Rooms 1,939
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 593
Committable Meeting Rooms* 18
Convention Center Space 2,323 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 1,105 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 929 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate BMD BD$373
Average Daily Meal Cost BMD BD$170
Average Weekly Car Rental BMD BD$275
*Maximum for a single hotel

Bermuda Things to Do and Attractions

Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo

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Established in 1926, the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo (BAMZ) offers at triple dose of environmental education. With a goal to "inspire appreciation and care of island environments," the aquarium serves as home to 200 species of fish and

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Bermuda Botanical Gardens

Located just a mile from Hamilton, Bermuda's Botanical Gardens encompass 35 acres of flowers, shrubs and trees. This major island attraction features a Japanese Zen garden, 17th century-style English garden, 12th century-style Persian garden and

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Bermuda Craft Market

Established in 1987, the Bermuda Craft Market at the Royal Naval Dockyard features the largest collection of local handmade products on the island. Here, visitors can observe and interact with 60 local artisans who sell their wares, which include

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Bermuda Historical Society Museum

Housed in an 1814 Georgian-style building shared with the Bermuda Public Library, the Bermuda Historical Society Museum explores 400 years of Bermuda history. Refurbished in March 2008, the museum's extensive collection includes early Bermudian coins

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Bermuda National Gallery

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Located in the City Hall & Arts Center in Hamilton, the Bermuda National Gallery houses an impressive collection of European, African and Bermudian art. Showcasing local and international artists, as well as artwork depicting Bermuda itself, the

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Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute

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The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute delves into the worlds of marine biology, underwater exploration and deep ocean ecology throughout its two floors of interactive exhibits. Established in 1992, the institute was founded to promote

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Crystal Caves

A tourist attraction since 1907, Crystal Cave and its sister Fantasy Cave invite visitors to get a look at Bermuda from 120 feet below ground. Formed over 30 million years ago, the Crystal Cave's collection of crystal stalactites and stalagmites

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Fort Hamilton

Situated on a cliff in the capital city of Hamilton, Fort Hamilton was built in the 1870s to defend Bermuda from a possible American attack. Today, visitors can wander among the cannons and gun emplacements, through the underground passageways and

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Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art

The Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art was opened in March 2008 as Bermuda's first purpose-built museum. The colorful, exciting attraction houses more than 1,200 pieces of traditional and contemporary Bermuda-inspired art by international and

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Royal Naval Dockyard and Bermuda Maritime Museum

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Once Great Britain's largest overseas naval facility, the Royal Naval Dockyard is a major tourist attraction, featuring shops, markets, art galleries and more. Visitors to the Dockyard can browse the shops in Clocktower Mall, admire Bermudian

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Barracuda Grill

The deliciously hip Barracuda Grill is known for its contemporary Bermudian seafood and steaks. A favorite for locals and travelers, the restaurant has garnered praise such as Best New Restaurant in 2003 from the Bermuda Gold Awards.

Boasting an

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Lido Restaurant

Housed in the beautiful Mandarin Oriental hotel at Elbow Beach, Lido specializes in fresh seafood with a Mediterranean twist. The award-winning restaurant is outfitted in bright, vibrant colors, white linens and large windows overlooking the beach

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Lobster Pot and Boathouse Bar

As Bermuda's landmark seafood restaurant, Lobster Pot and Boathouse Bar is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. Specializing in local fresh fish, the restaurant offers a welcoming and fitting ambiance with its cedar plank walls adorned by

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Tom Moore's Tavern

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Bermuda's oldest eating house, Tom Moore's Tavern was originally built in 1652 as a private home, not becoming a tavern until about 100 years ago. Now this elegant restaurant offers continental cuisine with a French flair, along with an elegant

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Waterlot Inn

Located in The Fairmont Southampton resort, the historic Waterlot Inn sits dockside on Jew's Bay and has been specializing in Bermudian fare for more than 330 years. The recipient of the AAA Four Diamond award, the Waterlot Inn matches its fare with

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