It might be difficult to tear the kids away from the beaches and clear, calm waters on a Bermuda family holiday. If you can, they'll love to conjure up tales of pirates and gun battles at Fort Hamilton and the Royal Naval Dockyard. Explore underwater life without diving equipment using just a diving helmet on family holidays in Bermuda.
Let young imaginations run wild along the winding paths around Fort Hamilton with its ancient cannons and dark dungeons. A family holiday in Bermuda wouldn't be complete without a visit to Bermuda Maritime Museum, set in the six-acre fortress of the Royal Naval Dockyard. Look at the old munitions warehouse and the world's first iron house. Then cross the moat to climb the ramparts and look out to sea for pirate ships.
Take the kids for an underwater adventure on a family holiday in Bermuda. Wearing a diving helmet, walk along the seabed at Stag Rocks feeding fish by hand. Swim with dolphins in a lagoon at Sandys Parish on your special holidays with the family in Bermuda. Follow the Bermuda Railway Trail and cycle from one end of Bermuda to the other on a family holiday. Or ride horses along the South Shore beaches in the cool Bermuda morning air.
Go more than 131 feet underground on a family holiday in Bermuda to discover the wonders of Crystal Caves near Hamilton. Studded with dramatic stalactites and stalagmites, it's like a lost world. Then let the kids pan for gems at Captain Jack's Treasure Trove, a kids' play area in Palm Garden, next to the caves. Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo houses hundreds of species of fish that are all found in the local waters.