The Peppercorn Ceremony began in 1816 when the old State House, which had been used by Bermuda's parliament and cabinet up until that time, was offered to be rented to Bermuda's Freemasons for the amount of one peppercorn.
Offshore Adventures in Bermuda Be sure to test the waters this month and get your feet wet. There’s a safe and exciting offshore adventure available
Warmer weather, longer days and pretty flowers are just a few reasons to be excited about the return of spring in Bermuda. Here are ten ways to celebrate...
10 ways to feel the love in Bermuda by Brigitta Wohlmuth With pink shorts, pink sand and pink buses, one could argue that every month
Bermuda in Retrospect: Then & Now by Horst Augustinovic Before there were digital cameras and cell phones which now produce great colour photographs and send
The Keep - Fort, Park, & Home of the National Museum of Bermuda By Jane Downing At the tip of Bermuda’s fish-hook of islands stands the
Croissants Breakfast Lunch and Dinner in Dockyard, Bermuda Dockyard Pastry Shop & Bistro The menu at this little café isn’t limited by any means.