Visitor Information Centers

Hamilton Visitor Services Centre

Bermuda is fortunate to have the Bermuda Tourism Authority leading the way to ensure that our visitors to these sandy shores experience the vacation of a lifetime and make the most out of their sojourn to Bermuda. Creating memories and providing experiences that only Bermuda can is the goal that is set for every visitor. There are countless resources to peruse that can compliment any itinerary but one of the first stops when visiting Hamilton should be the Hamilton Visitor Services Centre, perched on the waterfront just a stone’s throw away from the Hamilton Ferry Terminal, one of the City’s major transportation hubs.

The Centre is a haven of information where visitors are greeted by friendly tourism ambassadors, eager to arm them with all they need to start exploring. Bermuda-branded items can be found for sale and a wall of interactive screens are waiting to take visitors on a virtual tour of all things Bermuda. Located on the top floor is The Birdcage, an al fresco watering hole ready to pour on ice an array of island elixirs including Rum Swizzles, Dark & Stormies and their take on a Yellowbird.

Helpful Links: 
Bermuda Tourism Authority

City of Hamilton Visitor Services Centre

 How to Get There

By Ferry: All ferries headed to Hamilton arrive at the central Ferry Terminal. The Visitor Services Centre overlooks the ferry terminal and will be directly on the right when exiting the ferry terminal.

By Bus: The Centre is located on Front Street, the main thoroughfare of Hamilton. Bus routes 1,2,3,7 and 8 enter Hamilton via Front Street and drivers will be more that happy to drop tourists at the Centre. All other Hamilton-bound routes end at the Central Bus Terminal, located next to City Hall. The Centre is a short 5-min, 2-block walk away, towards the Harbour. Ask a local!