All Other Destinations and Attractions in Bermuda
Bermuda Golf Courses
Golf is a popular pastime in Bermuda due to the country's mild climate and attractive ocean views. Bermuda has more golf courses per sq mi/km than any other country in the world.
Bermuda Golf Academy
The Bermuda Golf Academy features a 320 yd driving range and Bermuda's only Mini Golf Course. The driving range features 40 practice bays (25 covered), an 18 hole putting green, 8 target greens, practice chipping bunker and play area.
Belmont Golf Club
Fairmont Southampton Princess Golf Club
Mid Ocean Golf Club
Ocean View Golf Course
Port Royal Golf Course
Riddells Bay Golf Club
St George's Golf Course
Bermuda hosts live-entertainment festivals featuring local and international performing artists plus concerts and performances by various musical organizations, drama societies, and dance companies.
The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts
The Bermuda Festival of the Performing Arts is a seven-week annual event that features concerts by international classical, jazz, and popular artists, as well as major theatrical and dance events.
Useful tips: The festival takes place over seven weeks in January and February. Most performances are held at City Hall Theatre, City Hall, Church Street, Hamilton.
Bermuda African Heritage Diaspora Trail
Highlighting many aspects of Bermuda's Black heritage, the African Diaspora Heritage Trail is a self-guided tour that crisscrosses Bermuda and brings the island's Black history to life.
Bermuda Railway Trail
The Bermuda Railway Trail is a good way to see hidden parts of Bermuda. This 18 mi/29km well maintained walking trail and bridle path winds across cliffs, woods, beaches and dunes, along the route that belonged to the Bermuda Railway.Called the" Old Rattle and Shake" Bermuda's only train made it's first run in 1931 and was dismantled by 1948.