Hamilton, in Pembroke Parish, is Bermuda's administrative center and largest city. It boasts a large quantity of museums, some fine buildings and architecture. It boasts a fine Anglican cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity. There are numerous forts, fortifications and bits of Royal Naval heritage. There are cinemas, a variety of shops, bars, hotels and restaurants. The city is also blessed with markets, gardens, stalls, beaches, squares and plazas with wide streets, boulevards and walkways.
Hamilton is accessible from all parts of Bermuda.
All locations in and around Hamilton are easily walkable.
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Notable attractions in Hamilton include;
- Anglican Cathedral of The Most Holy Trinity
- Barr's Bay Park
- Bermuda Farmers market
- Bermuda Historical Society Museum
- Bermuda National Gallery
- Bermuda National Library
- Bermudiana Arcade
- Cabinet Building and Cenotaph
- Canon's Court
- Cathedral of St. Theresa
- City Hall
- Law courts
- Par-la-Ville Park
- Royal Bermuda Yacht Club
- Sessions House
- Victoria Park
- Washington Mall
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- The Robin Hood Pub and Restaurant, Richmond Rode, Phone: 441-295-3314.
- Monty's Restaurant on Pitts Bay Road, is very popular for cheap breakfasts.
- Flanagan's Irish Bar and Restaurant, Front Street, Phone: 441-295-8299. Has a main bar and a sports bar.
- Hog Penny Pub and Restaurant, 5 Burnaby Hill (just off of Front Street), Phone: 441-292-2534. . Was the inspiration for Cheer's Bar in Boston.
- Fairmont Hamilton Princess Hotel, 76 Pittsbay Rd, Hamilton, ☎ 441-295-3000, . edit