Accessibility ~ Transportation & Attractions

Whether you’re an elderly person, you’ve broken your leg or use a walker or wheelchair, you’ll want to ensure that any transportation you take and attractions you choose to visit in Bermuda are accessible before you go. Here are a few helpful tips to get you started.

Bermuda Ferry Service

Bermuda’s public ferries are wheelchair accessible. There are ramps help get wheelchairs onto the ferries and staff are on hand to help. The most accessible terminals are the Hamilton Ferry Terminal, the ferry dock at Royal Naval Dockyard, and the Rockaway ferry point in Southampton. For further information, call the Hamilton Terminal at +1 (441) 295-4506

Please note: Bermudas public buses do not have wheelchair access.

Accessible Beaches

Most beaches can be accessed depending on the mobility issue.

  • Warwick Long Bay has beach wheelchairs for rent and staff take people to Jobson’s Cove next door.
  • Tobacco Bay
  • John Smiths Bay
  • Horseshoe Bay – Beach wheelchairs are available for rent
  • Snorkel Park – Also offers beach wheelchairs for rent
  • Clearwater Beach

Accessible Attractions

  • Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) is wheelchair accessible with a ramp in the museum as well as an elevator that takes guests to various levels of the building, including the restaurant.
  • The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity is accessible to those in wheelchairs or using walkers. 
  • Fort St. Catherine – A wheelchair ramp helps visitors access the grounds of this historic monument.
  • Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo (BAMZ). This is a great place to learn about a range of plants, animals and conservation projects and it’s also accessible.
  • City Hall is wheelchair accessible with two elevators to allow access to the Bermuda National Gallery (BNG) and also the Bermuda Society Of Arts. In fact, the BNG is wheelchair accessible for four of its six gallery spaces.
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