The mesmerizing nature of nature made, underground caves is too much for you to miss out on a chance to explore Learnington Cave on Bermuda.
The sharp crystal formations known as stalagmites and stalactites stretch up from the floor and down from the ceiling in a mesmerizing pattern, and an amber colored rock almost takes the shape of the Statue of Liberty.
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Learnington Cave is located in Hamilton Parish, not far from Tom Moore's Tavern.
Leamington Cave is located in Hamilton Parish, near Castle Harbour; it is three and a half miles (five kilometers) to the south west of St. George.
If you've worked up an appetite exploring the cave, you're in luck, as you can find a broad selection of food and drink providers in the vicinity. Tom Moore's Tavern, which has a menu full of Continental dishes, will be of particular interest to visitors looking for a convenient meal. Tom Moore's Tavern is only about a few hundred yards away from the cave, so check it out and dig in! Also within reach, you and your group will come across restaurants like The Point Restaurant and Bailey's Bay Ice Cream Parlour where you and your group can try a bite of International fare and enjoy the culture of Bermuda.
Active travelers that enjoy caves, and are interested in visiting others, should consider Crystal Caves and Fantasy Caves; the first of which is a half mile to the northwest of this page's attraction. There are a couple other places of interest nearby, including Blue Hole Hill Park, which is a half mile away Castle Harbour. Also, you might think about heading to , which is another attraction close by.
With a selection of nearby activities, you'll never run out of ways to stay busy. The attractions nearest to this particular outdoor site are listed in the following table.
|Blue Hole Hill Park||--||0.4 mi. (5.0 km)||NNW||Castle Harbour||St. David's Island|
|--||0.9 mi. (4.7 km)||NNW||Castle Harbour||St. David's Island|
|--||0.9 mi. (4.9 km)||NW||Hamilton Parish||Bermuda|
|--||1.1 mi. (6.3 km)||W||Hamilton Parish||Bermuda|
|Other Attraction||1.2 mi. (4.4 km)||NNW||Coney Island||Bermuda|
|Ferry Island Fort||Historic Site||1.4 mi. (4.1 km)||N||Ferry Island||Bermuda|
|Martello Tower||Historic Site||1.4 mi. (4.1 km)||N||St. George's Island||Bermuda|
|--||1.6 mi. (3.5 km)||N||St. George's Island||Bermuda|
The caves are open to the public daily from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 ppm.
The caves are open only between the months of February and November, which means guests traveling during the height of tourist season may miss out on this natural wonder.
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