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Queen Elizabeth Park, Hamilton

Categories: Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
Head to the heart of Hamilton and stroll along Queen Elizabeth Park, an oasis of greenery. Trees, gardens, and walkways await in abundance throughout the park, creating a great area for a leisurely stroll. William B. Perot planned the area and his house is located here, now serving as a National Library. Spot several sculptures, a koi pond, and a Royal Poinciana tree as you walk around. Bring a picnic and watch people go by as you indulge in your lunch on the flat grassy areas. See Queen Elizabeth Park and all Hamilton has to offer by arranging your trip with our Hamilton tourist route planner.
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  • In the heart of Hamilton, it is well used by locals for lunch breaks with plenty of shady trees to sit under. 
  • This park is truly an oasis in bustling Hamilton, kind of like walking into Oz. The beauty and serenity of the surroundings provide a perfect place to relax and commune with nature. The flowers, trees...  read more »
  • On Saturdays around 12:30 there is entertainment in the park. Music followed by the Bermuda Gombeys. Truly a cultural experience. Meet the town crier and see a traditional Gombey dance and drums. You ...  read more »
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