A WORLD-RENOWNED CONSERVATION BEACON

The island's history, habitats and ecosystems are on display at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo, one of the world's oldest aquariums and home to hundreds of species of local wildlife.

A PIECE OF HISTORY

The first of the world's few cast iron lighthouses, the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse also houses a restaurant in the former keeper's living quarters, with daily breakfast, lunch and dinner service.

HIDDEN WONDERS

Bermuda's fascinating hidden world awaits at the Crystal & Fantasy Caves, full of rare and intricate stalactite and stalagmite formations surrounded by deep pools of crystal clear water.

BOUTIQUE SHOPPING

A true shopping mecca ranging from local handcrafts to designer boutiques.

Discover an endless collection of shore-to-city excursions.

ESSENTIALS

East End Cultural Passport

Explore the historic "East End" of Bermuda.  The East End Cultural Passport grants guests access to seven cultural sites on one convenient pass:

The electronic passport is delivered via text and email and lasts for seven consecutive days from initial redemption. Passes are available at the cost of USD 30 per adult, or USD 15 per child, age 12 and under.

Reserve passes at this link:  East End Cultural Passport

St. George, UNESCO World Heritage Site

The picturesque former Bermudian capital, St. George, is the oldest continuously occupied settlement in Bermuda and one of the oldest in the New World, as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Botanical Gardens

Lush Bermudian plants and exotic themed gardens turn the 36-acre Botanical Gardens into a delightful tropical escape for all ages and the best place on the island to enjoy the local flora.

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EVENTS AT ROSEWOOD BERMUDA

EVENTS AT ROSEWOOD BERMUDA

Whether exploring the Bermudian waters, playing a few holes on the famed local golf courses, watching a cricket match or catching a traditional Gombey dance, there is excitement for everyone at Rosewood Bermuda.