Kings Wharf, Bermuda Cruise Port

When you sail into King’s Wharf you are sailing into a former Navy port that was used during both World Wars as a base for the British. Nowadays the former fort on this land is a major attraction called the Royal Navy Dockyard. In and around the fort you’ll find the National Museum of Bermuda, the Arts Centre, Dolphin Quest and the Bermuda Craft Market. This complex has a little something for every traveler. You can also venture into the Atlantic on a catamaran, jet skis or go snorkeling. Continue below for a few of our favorite sights and sounds in King’s Wharf, Bermuda:

 

  • Learn about the island’s shipwrecks and stories of piracy at the National Museum of Bermuda. This museum showcases some of the treasures found on sunken ships.
     
  • Want to take home something you’ll always cherish? Head to the Dockyard Glassworks. Here glassworkers create original artwork that’s functional too. You can even have something custom made.
     
  • Climb up 185 steps to the top of the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse for a sweeping view of Bermuda. This lighthouse is the oldest cast-iron lighthouse in the world.
     
  • Swim with some bottlenose dolphins at Dolphin Quest. This is a fun way to get in the water and meet some of the friendliest of sea creatures.

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