Frog and Onion Pub
This cavernous former barrel workshop at the Dockyard is known for its quintessentially British fare (pasties; fish-and-chips; shepherd’s pie) and game arcade. Beers, brewed on site at the Dockyard Brewing Company, are also on tap.
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This flat, 18-mile path runs along an old railroad bed from one end of the island to the other. Parts of the trail are blissfully isolated and pass ocean overlooks—perfect for a quiet walk far from the madding crowd.
Watch glassblowing demonstrations at this studio and gift shop in the Royal Naval Dockyard, now a pedestrian village on Bermuda’s western end. Nautical-themed pitchers and paperweights make for one-of-a-kind—and portable—souvenirs.
Eight historic buildings on 10 acres make up this museum on the edge of the Royal Naval Dockyard. The Queen’s Exhibition Hall once stored more than 4,000 kegs of gunpowder; today it displays treasures recovered from shipwrecks in the 16th and 17th centuries, including Chinese porcelain, gold jewelry, and a war club from Guyana.
Be sure to visit our Shore Excursions page or speak with our onboard Destination Concierge for arrangements to any of these must-sees.
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