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Bermuda Botanical Gardens, Paget Parish

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Garden Nature / Park
Explore a wide variety of local and exotic plant life at Bermuda Botanical Gardens. Inaugurated right at the end of the 19th century, these historical gardens cover an area of 14 hectares (36 acres) and display a smorgasbord of colorful and alluring flowers, shrubbery, and trees. Just a short drive from downtown Hamilton, a visit to the gardens can easily supplement other sightseeing in the area. While here, take the opportunity to visit the official residence of Bermuda's premier, located within the gardens. Take a look at our Paget Parish vacation planner to schedule your visit to Bermuda Botanical Gardens and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • After arriving in Bermuda on a Sunday we were looking for something to do and saw that the Botanical Gardens were open daily until dusk and they served tea at their cafe on Sunday. We took a taxi (60 ...  more »
  • We were on a Bermuda cruise and decided to come here. Sadly some of the gardens looked neglected and not well kept. What we did see was nice but sadly not too many flowers were in bloom. We did walk a...  more »
  • We got to the gardens by bus when you first approach it from near the hospital it seems pretty small, but it's bigger than it initially seems. You can also tour the Governor's residence which is in th...  more »
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  • I'm not sure if events are held here all the time, but we came here on a Saturday and they had an event​. It's a great place to come with your family and kids. Lots of activities for the whole family. Great atmosphere.
  • This place is beautiful. My husband and I are going to be in Bermuda in October 2017, for our 16th Anniversary. We are definitely going to go here.
  • Fantastic and free! Volunteers offer guided walks on certain days. Alternatively, the staff in the centre will let you know what to look out for and supply a map of the site. There's an art museum with a cute cafe located in the grounds. Buses stop near the entrances and there's several car parks on site.
  • Breathtaking, first visited it when I was an easily bored, jaded preteen, and I think it changed me. It was our first stop, and the exotic tropical trees, plants and flowers broke me out of my suburban funk. I have loved Bermuda altogether, ever since.
  • The Bermuda Botanical is a beautiful Garden that showcases some of the natural flora and fawna. There is a sensory garden and a new garden maze is currently being grown. It is home to the Bermuda Agricultural Exhibition every year were farmers , school Children and equestrians show case their plants ,animals ,art, bake goods and showmanship, for all to see!