Bermuda Arboretum

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Bermuda Arboretum

The Bermuda Arboretum is home to a wide selection of trees and plants including specimens from Japan, New Guinea and Canada. The 22-acre site features wildflower meadows and forests, cedar trees, golden acacias, rubber trees, black ebony and avocado trees, plus walking trails with 20 exercise stations. The park is the perfect stop for a walk, jog, bike ride, and a great place to have a picnic and bird-watch.

It is managed by the Department of Parks and opens from sunrise to sunset. Admission is free.

Directions:
Take bus #3 operating between the City of Hamilton and St. George’s. The Arboretum is at the corner of Middle Road and Montpelier Road.

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  • Address: Devonshire Parish, at the corner of Middle Road and Montpelier Road, Bermuda
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