Hamilton is the most urbanized area of Bermuda. It
includes the offices of the various banks, corporations
and other large businesses that have ties to Bermuda. It
also has Bermuda's major shops. Front Street (left) is
the most famous street in town with shops, restaurants
and offices. One night a week, there is also a street fair
there in the evening.
As the capital of Bermuda, Hamilton also has its public buildings. These include the Cabinet Building and the Cenotaph memorial to those who fought in the wars that Bermuda has been involved in (left).
Above right: The Sessions House accommodates the islands' Supreme Court.
The City Hall (below) is also an arts center with art galleries that are open to the public. (See profile of Bermuda National Gallery and profile of Bermuda Society of Arts)/
Above left: The Historical Society Museum.
Above right: The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity is an Anglican cathedral and is the largest of a number of large churches in Hamilton.
Left: The Birdcage housing a police constable who directs traffic on Front
Street is a Bermuda landmark.
Right: The Town Crier gives walking tours of the city.
Cruise destination - - Bermuda - - Attractions - - Hamilton