Royal Naval Dockyard#4 in Best Things To Do in Bermuda
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The Royal Naval Dockyard is a picturesque way to break from the pink sand beaches. And if you're visiting during Bermuda's chillier seasons, it could end up being the highlight of your trip. The site was once the principal base of the Royal Navy in the Western Atlantic Ocean, but now it's a tourist-slanted marina and cruise ship dock that's stocked with waterfront restaurants, art galleries, quaint (though overpriced) shops and a few pubs. You'll also find the National Museum of Bermuda and the kid-friendly Dolphin Quest water program here at the Keep fortress.
Visitors applaud the amount of attractions available at the Royal Naval Dockyard, especially the shopping and local artisan craft stores, making it a great place to grab some last-minute souvenirs.
You can hop a ferry or catch bus Nos. 7 or 8 from Hamilton to get to the Royal Naval Dockyard in Bermuda's West End. The dockyard's various venues have different hours of operation, so bookmark the official website to better plan your itinerary.
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