Accessible only by boat, Fort Cunningham is located on Paget Island. It has had several lives as a protector of the area as well as a prison, and has been built and rebuilt time and again due to the harsh weather and water conditions, but today is stands as a reminder of how former residents fought to keep the island safe.
Consider staying on Paget Island if you plan on visiting Fort Cunningham, since those visiting this area of Bermuda will have easy site access throughout their trip. With just a few hotels in the region surrounding this historical site, less tourist traffic should be anticipated.
|Aunt Neas Inn At Hillcrest||Hotel||St. David's Island||1.3 mi. (0.2 km)||WNW|
You can find an adequate number of restaurants to pick from in the area encompassing Fort Cunningham. Blackhorse Tavern, which serves up Caribbean food, offers convenient access to the historic site. It is just about a half mile from this landmark, so stop in and place your order. White Horse Pub and Tavern by the Sea are some more restaurant options close to Fort Cunningham. At Tavern by the Sea you and your companions will be able to test out International cuisine and experience the culture of Bermuda.
Location: East Paget Island, Paget Island
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