Housed within the Royal Naval Dockyard—a former west end military fortification that’s now home to Bermuda’s cruise ship piers and a glut of family-friendly attractions—the National Museum of Bermuda features maritime and history exhibits housed in former munitions warehouses. Tour the halls dedicated to early island life and underwater discoveries or head to the Commissioners House to view artist Graham Fosters’ massive wall mural depicting 500 years of Bermuda history. While there, watch dolphins swim, splash, and jump at Dolphin Quest or head to nearby Bermuda Fun Golf for mini golf on shortened replicas of the world’s 18 most iconic holes (think the Road Hole in St. Andrews or Augusta National’s Golden Bell).
Hours: Weekdays 9:00 am – 5:00 pm; Weekends & Holidays 9:30 am – 5:00 pm (last admission is 4 pm)
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