Bermuda Tourism Authority

22 Church St HM 12

Why Choose Our Destination?

In Bermuda, modern meeting spaces are just steps away from the island’s great outdoors. Between sessions or after a productive day of business, Bermuda’s 21 square miles of gorgeous scenery brings many opportunities for team-building and celebrating success. Read on to get ideas and inspiration for your Bermuda event.


Getting Here

The island is easily reached by plane, cruise ship or private vessel. Bermuda has flights from major East Coast cities, Canada and the United Kingdom on large airlines including American Airlines, Delta Airlines, JetBlue, United Airlines, Air Canada and British Airways. In 2023 Bermuda’s newest airline launched, BermudAir. All visitors need to fill out the Bermuda Arrival Card, a 2-minute immigration form and can be completed online.

Distance from airport

  • L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA)

    10 mi. from city center

Local Attractions

Port Royal Golf Course

Located 5 Port Royal Golf Course Road Southampton. Lush TifEagle greens, cutting-edge irrigation system and sweeping water views from nearly every hole. The signature 16th hole is considered one of the premier par-3 holes in golf, offering a clear shot across the ocean to the green.
5 Port Royal Golf Course
Southampton, BM SB03

The Cathedral of Most Holy Trinity

Historical landmark
The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity is an Anglican cathedral located on Church Street in the City of Hamilton, in Pembroke Parish. The original Trinity Church was designed in the Early English style by James Cranston of Oxford in 1844 and was completed in 1869.
29 Church Street
Hamilton, BM HM CX

Horseshoe Bay Beach

Horseshoe Bay is a well-known beach in Bermuda. As a tourist spot, it lies on the main island's south coast, in the parish of Southampton. From small children, to senior citizens, its wide appeal makes Horseshoe Bay a must see when visiting Bermuda.
Horseshoe Road, Off South Road
Southampton, BM

Historic Town of St George

Historical landmark
The Town of St George, founded in 1612, is an outstanding example of the earliest English urban settlement in the New World. Its associated fortifications graphically illustrate the development of English military engineering from the 17th to the 20th century, being adapted to take account of the development of artillery over this period.

Unfinished Church

Historical landmark
A historic venue in St. George's, Bermuda. The impressive Gothic vestige that looms over the town of St. George’s began in 1870 as a replacement for St. Peter’s Church. Designed by William Hay, the Scottish-born architect who later drew the plans for Hamilton’s cathedral.
Government Hill Road
St. Georges, BM

The Mid Ocean Club

The Mid Ocean Club was established as a private members' Club in 1951. Situated in picturesque Tucker's Town in Bermuda, it offers unrivaled facilities to a strong international community of Members and their guests. A true home away from home, Members from the four corners of the world are drawn back to its peaceful rolling greens, private beaches, and the warm embrace of the Clubhouse. The Clubhouse overlooking the 18th fairway houses a main dining room, bar, two private function rooms, men's and ladies' locker rooms and a Golf Shop. There are twenty newly renovated rooms adjacent to the Clubhouse; each has a private balcony with the majority having breathtaking views of Tucker's Town Cove and tasteful, spacious interiors. The Clubhouse is a relaxed and welcoming setting where Members meet after idyllic days on the greens to share global golfing tales over a delicious meal and superior vintage.

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

Historical landmark
Built in 1844 by the Royal Engineers, the Gibb's Hill Lighthouse is the taller of two lighthouses on Bermuda, and one of the first lighthouses in the world to be made of cast-iron. Climb the 185-step spiral staircase to enjoy one of the best views of the island.
Lighthouse Road
St Anne's Rd, Cross Bay
Southampton, BM SN01

Royal Naval Dockyard

Historical landmark
Beautiful, Historic and Expansive Exterior Spaces make the royal naval dockyard one of Bermuda’s most exciting venues for outdoor events. the northern Promenade lawn and clocktower Parade lawns offer over 20,000 square feet of space and boast as a backdrop the beautifully restored great eastern storehouse building, which is commonly known as the clocktower Building. the lower fl oor of the clocktower offers 24 stores, including several branch stores of Hamilton’s leading retailers, as well as many speciality shops. The dockyard is the perfect choice for street festivals, private shopping nights, cocktail receptions and other corporate events. The clocktower Parade is closed to vehicular traffi c for all events, thus making the area fl exible and safe. the proximity to water services means your guests can arrive and depart by boat. a site visit and full event opportunity briefi ng are highly recommended.
Royal Naval Dockyard
P.O.Box MA 415
Sandys, BM MA BX



High season
May 1 – Aug 31
Shoulder season
Apr 1 – Apr 30
Sep 1 – Dec 31
Low season
Jan 1 – Mar 31

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