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Bermuda Makes Events Extraordinary

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Now there is a renewed energy and excitement about Bermuda, as major renovations, new projects and legendary hospitality are paving the way for a next generation destination to host meetings, conferences and incentive programs.

Set apart by its location out in the Atlantic, easy airlift access, the warmth of the people, its natural beauty along with elegant and elevated style make Bermuda an ideal destination for guaranteeing lasting memories.

 

Elegant venues and ocean views: It’s easy to find a venue to suit your group

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Bermuda’s elegant meeting properties come in the form of oceanfront resorts, historic hotels and other unique spaces featuring ballrooms, breakout rooms, onsite dining, spas and more. Host a meeting or event on the island and you can tailor it to fit your group’s size, style and budget.

Memorable events start with a beautiful backdrop, and Bermuda has plenty to choose from. Check out this sampling of the island’s most original off-site meeting and event venues.

From modern museums to historic estates and fortresses, Bermuda offers many unique venues for events of all kinds.

 

Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo

Smith’s Parish (East End)

 

Located in the picturesque Flatts Inlet, the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo puts a wild twist on the traditional event setting. It is a popular venue for corporate functions, cocktail parties or intimate gatherings for friends. The Aquarium Hall is an extraordinary venue, with the magnificent North Rock Exhibit as a backdrop for your evening event. Parties can be held in the Aquarium Hall any day of the week 6:30 pm–11:30 pm.

The Aquarium Hall can accommodate 100 persons for a sit down dinner and 130 persons for cocktails. The lecture rooms are available for 30 to 100 people.

 

Bermuda National Trust

Paget Parish (Central)

 

 

The Bermuda National Trust’s holdings include historic buildings, museums and nature reserves. Access to impressive private homes, gardens and art collections can also be arranged to suit your group’s meeting needs.

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The Bermuda National Gallery

Pembroke Parish (Central)

Few things are more elegant than an evening reception at the Bermuda National Gallery. Your group will enjoy mingling among the gallery’s outstanding 20th-century art collection as well as works by Bermudian artists. The space can accommodate 10 to 300 people.

 

National Museum of Bermuda

Sandys Parish (West End)

The National Museum of Bermuda and Bermuda Maritime Museum is located within the high ramparts of the Keep – a six-acre fort at the Royal Naval Dockyard. It’s one of the most historic and visually striking sites on the island.

 

Pembroke Parish (Central)

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The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute houses a variety of meeting spaces complete with state-of-the-art equipment, a 148-seat theatre, two boardrooms, two large lobbies, comfortable lounges and a full-service waterside restaurant and café.

 

City of Hamilton

Pembroke Parish (Central)

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The City of Hamilton maintains four parks within the city limits. Public parks by day, they are ideal for private functions in the evenings.

 

Town of St. George

St. George’s Parish (East End)

The beautiful and historic old Town of St. George, designated a World Heritage Site, attracts groups with its cobblestone streets and well-preserved British colonial-style buildings.

 

Royal Naval Dockyard

Sandys Parish (West End)

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Beautiful, historic and expansive exterior spaces make the Royal Naval Dockyard one of the most exciting venues for outdoor events. The Northern Promenade Lawn and Clocktower Parade Lawns offer over 1,858 quare meters (20,000 square feet) of event space.

 

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