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To see one of Bermuda’s most awe-inspiring natural attractions, you’ll have to go underground. The Crystal Caves, thought to be millions of years old, house dramatic formations and a clear ocean-fed lake. This awe-inspiring subterranean world has inspired everyone from Mark Twain to the creators of Fraggle Rock.
Visiting the Crystal Caves
The Crystal Caves are open to the public every day from 9 am to 5 pm, excluding some holidays. Guided tours are offered throughout the day.
Tips for Your Crystal Caves Visit
Adults $22; Children (6-12 years) $10; Children (5 and under) Free
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo
See and learn about wild creatures from Bermuda and around the world at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo (BAMZ for short). Located in linked buildings at Flatts Village on the North Shore, this triple-threat attraction houses a range of animals and marine life in naturalistic environments. Plus, you can enjoy great water views of the Harrington Sound and Flatt’s Inlet from a coastal walkway.
Adults $10; Seniors $5; Children (5 to 12 years) $5; Children under 5 are FREE
Royal Naval Dockyard
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We’ll meet at Royal Naval Dockyard where we’ll travel east towards the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo.
Come face to face with seals, fish, coral and the island’s natural history at one of Bermuda’s most interesting attractions.
Formed during the Ice Age and discovered in the early 1900s, Bermuda’s Crystal Caves are a spectacular sight to behold and a can’t-miss stop during your visit. But it’s the history as much as the natural beauty that makes these eerie caves one of the island’s most popular attractions.
We’ll head back west and return to Royal Naval Dockyard.