There's so much to do in Bermuda and we hope that you will come and see for yourself.
In the Somerset Bridge area you can go for walks along the Railway Trail which is immediately adjacent to Drybrow. In the 1930s and 1940s a train system ran the length of the Island. Although it proved too expensive to maintain, much of the old path of the train was converted to a national park and is well-maintained. You can read more about the Railway Trail on Bermuda-online.org. Near Drybrow, just along the Railway Trail, you can visit Fort Scaur which has fabulous views of the west end and and informative information about the defensive forts in Bermuda.
You can go jetskiing, hire a small boat or go deep sea fishing from nearby Robinson's Marina. Located directly opposite Drybrow on the main road (Somerset Road) at Somerset Bridge, Blue Water Divers and Watersports is sure to have all the contacts you need to get you out and about on the water. Local waterski instructor, Kent Richardson also operates from this location.
Visit the Bermuda Aquarium Museum and Zoo in the tiny village of Flatt's. The North Rock Exhibit is world-renowned and the newly renovated zoo is a delight.
In the City of Hamilton, there are many shops, restaurants, nightclubs. On Wednesday evenings in the summer months, Harbour Nights provides outdoor entertainment with music, the gombey dancers and local crafts. The City Hall building is home to the Bermuda National Art Gallery. The Bermuda Government is administered in many buildings, notably the House of Assembly and the Cabinet Building. Queen Elizabeth Park (formerly Par-la-Ville) is a great spot for picnics, and both the Bermuda National Library and Bermuda Historical Society Museum are located at its entrance on Queen Street. Victoria Park is also in Hamilton and during the summer months there are often free concerts on Sundays.
Between South Road and Middle Road in Paget is the Botanical Garden. Every Spring the Agricultural Exhibition is open for 3 days, showcasing local talent in flower arranging, vegetables, farm animals and equestrian demonstrations. There's always lots of fun and entertainment. The Botanical Gardens are also home to the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art.
St George's, at the east end of the Island is now a World Heritage Site. The town is the oldest settlement on the Islands, and is a cozy quaint place to visit, steeped in history.
A great website to read to plan your vacation is Bermuda-online.org. Please visit it to learn more about Bermuda, its history, culture and people.