Enjoy the lush greenery of nature at Bermuda Botanical Gardens at Point Finger Rd on in Paget Parish. It is situated near the city of Hamilton.
The garden is the site of Camden; residence of Dr. Ewart Brown, the island’s Premier. The Bermuda Botanical Garden is overseen by the Parks Department of the local government. It falls under the banner of the Bermuda National Parks.
The Bermuda Botanical Garden has been in existence since 1898. It has 36 acres of the most blooming marvellous flowers, trees and shrubs imaginable. There are hundreds of plant lives to be found in the Gardens. They are arranged into various sectors. It has large glass houses formal gardens and lawns. This is along with a choice of cacti, orchids and subtropical fruit. The Botanical Gardens has a cluster of agaves, aloes and blue foliage. It also has the finest Banyan trees, hibiscus and Bermuda cedars
That is not to mention having an all purpose visitors centre, an aviary and a groundbreaking aromatic garden for sightless persons. These are amongst many other amazing features. Why not take a walking tour and experience the beauty of The Bermuda Botanical Gardens?The Bermuda Botanical Gardens – Part of Elbow Beach Cycles ‘Things To Do’ in Bermuda series!
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