A relatively recent fort, Fort Hamilton was built in 1870. However, forts were becoming less important by this time, and the fort never fully was implemented. However, due to this, the fort is in pretty good shape, and has been turned into a park of sorts.
Guests who come to the fort will be able to explore what is left of the defenses, including large cannons pointing into the harbor. Additionally, a garden surrounding the fort makes the visit a nice and peaceful experience.
Consider staying in Hamilton if you plan on visiting Fort Hamilton, as those visiting this part of Bermuda will be pleased to have easy site access during their time there. There is a decent number of hotels around the neighborhood within the vicinity of this historical site.
|Guest house||0.3 mi. (1.6 km)||SE|
|Erith Guest House||Hotel||0.4 mi. (1.7 km)||SE|
|The Oxford House||Hotel||0.7 mi. (0.6 km)||W|
|Hotel||0.8 mi. (0.5 km)||NW|
|Rosemont Apartments||Hotel||0.9 mi. (0.7 km)||W|
|Rosedon Hotel||Hotel||0.9 mi. (0.8 km)||W|
|Edgehill Manor Guest House||Guest house||0.9 mi. (0.6 km)||W|
If you've worked up an appetite during your visit, don't worry -- you'll find a wide variety of restaurants and bars within traveling distance. Rosa's Cantina, which serves Mexican food, is also the most convenient dining option from this site. The restaurant is a slight distance away, but far enough that you might need to decide on taking advantage of a particular type of transportation to transport your party. and Bermuda Bistro at the Beach are some of the other restaurant choices nearby. At Bermuda Bistro at the Beach you and your party can eat some Caribbean food and experience the culture of Bermuda.
The Fort is open to the public from 9:30am to 5:00pm everyday.
There is no admission needed to enter Fort Hamilton.
Phone Number: (441) 292-1234
Location: Happy Valley Road, Hamilton, Bermuda
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