Take a trip into the past with a FREE walking tour through Bermuda’s capital. Join the City’s Town Crier Ed Christopher, one of Bermuda’s most well-known and knowledgeable local figures, and discover Hamilton’s fascinating history. From Barr’s Bay Park to ‘Doctors’ Row’ and everywhere in between, Ed will take you on a journey you won’t soon forget! This tour is a perfect way for both tourists and residents to discover the vibrant streets and stories of the City of Hamilton.
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Created in 2009 for the 400th Anniversary celebrations of permanent settlement in Bermuda, this self-guided walking tour is comprised of a series of bronze plaques in the City sidewalks with an accompanying brochure that will lead you to some of the most historic sites in Hamilton. Complete the tour in an afternoon or take a couple of days and immerse yourself in the history of this tiny capital. Follow the guide or pick and choose which locations to visit. Meet lots of locals along the way and enjoy the colourful window shopping and eateries scattered throughout the tour. Download the Brochure
City Art Tour
While walking through the City of Hamilton you may notice an array of art installations located on almost every street. All art commissioned by the City of Hamilton through VIVID will have a plaque located on or near the artwork with a QR code that can be scanned to learn more about the artist and artwork. The official Art Tour map is free and can be collected from City Hall reception. This is a self-guided tour, however, if you have any questions throughout, please contact us.