Queen Elizabeth Park
Easily recognized as Hamilton’s, and indeed Bermuda’s, premier public park, Queen Elizabeth Park contains a myriad assortment of floral displays as well as native and endemic trees. The serenity of a linked pair of pools stocked with jewel-like koi and goldfish can be enjoyed by all. Formerly named Par-La-Ville Park, this park was renamed Queen Elizabeth Park in 2012 in commemoration of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
The park is wheelchair accessible and also affords entrance to the Bermuda National Library, the Bermuda Historical Society Museum, a historic property functioning as a full-service post office and a popular café. It is also home to the tea shop vendor, NovelTea,
The City of Hamilton partnered with the Bermuda National Gallery to develop an innovative display of public art, by creating The John H. Young and Hilda Young Sculpture Garden, inaugurated in March 2007. It contains several pieces of statuary and sculptures, displayed in what has been called a “museum without walls”. Queen Elizabeth Park is open every day of the year from 7:30 AM until sunset.