Fodor's Expert Review Queen Elizabeth Park (Par-la-Ville Park)

Hamilton and The Central Parishes Park (National/State/Provincial)
Free

Next to the Perot Post Office is the Queen Street entrance to pretty Queen Elizabeth Park (there's another entrance on Par-la-Ville Road), which was officially renamed in 2012 to mark the Diamond Jubilee celebration of Queen Elizabeth II. Once postmaster William Perot's private garden, it has winding paths, luxuriant blooms, plentiful benches, and a photogenic Bermuda moongate. Long popular with people-watchers, it is now the site of the Bermuda National Library and Bermuda Historical Society Museum, too. The Bermuda National Gallery has created a sculpture garden in the park by installing several major outdoor works. On summer Saturdays you will find Gombey dancers entertaining visitors here.

Park (National/State/Provincial) Free

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Queen St.
Hamilton, Pembroke Parish  HM 11, Bermuda

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