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Expert Review of Bermuda Maritime Museum

Beach Review of Bermuda Maritime Museum

Away Travel Expert: Matt Link
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BeachExpert Rating 4.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
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Housed in a 19th-century, six-acre, stone fortress, this notable museum displays everything from gold from shipwrecks to slave history, antique maps, rare bottles, and full boats. Made up of eight halls, it's the most important museum in Bermuda and

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Address:
Royal Naval Dockyard

Bermuda
Parking: Daily 9:30am-5pm (last ticket sold daily at 4pm)
Price: Admission $10 (£5) adults, $8 (£4) seniors, $5 (£2.50) children 5-15, free for children 4 and under


Visitor Information


Telephone Number: 441/234-1418
Transportation: Ferries from the City of Hamilton stop at Ireland Island, at the western end of Bermuda, once each hour 7am-6pm.Fare $4 (£2) each way. (In addition to the regular ferry route, additional runs have been added to the schedule to allow visitors greater access to the Dockyard's after-dark activities; depending on the day of the week, you might still be able to catch a ferry from Hamilton to the Dockyards at 8pm and then return to Hamilton as late as 11:30pm. Call 441/295-4506 for information on these later schedules.) Buses (no. 7 or 8) leave the City of Hamilton for the Royal Naval Dockyard Mon-Sat every 15 min. 6:45am-11:45pm. The trip takes 1 hr. and costs $4.50 (£2.25) for adults, $1 (50p) for children 5-15, free for children 4 and under. Note: Drivers accept this exact bus fare in coins only
Price Information: Admission $10 (£5) adults, $8 (£4) seniors, $5 (£2.50) children 5-15, free for children 4 and under
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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