With so many places to shop in Bermuda, you’ll have trouble deciding where to begin. From Hamilton to the Dockyard, there are shops and stores that offer a sampling of Bermuda’s history and culture in unique items. Don’t forget to try the rum cake – found everywhere.
Hamilton is home to many jewelry shops and the best place to buy Bermuda shorts. Since Triminghams closed after more than 160 years, English Sports Shop is the top clothing store here. They sell many styles at around $50 per pair. Jewelry tends to be the main attraction in Hamilton, and Crisson seems to be the most popular.
St. George Shops
If you are visiting St. George, you must shop at The Perfumery. Located in the charming and quaint Stewart Hall, this perfume store invents and bottles its own fragrances. The beautiful Stewart hall also has a museum shop. Don’t forget the rum cake and some pink sand to remember your trip!
Dockyard Shops at the Royal Navy Dockyard
Located at the Royal Navy Dockyard, the Dockyard Shops has many unique items to bring home from your trip. The Clock Tower Mall is a leading shopping center in Bermuda with a fudge shop and the Bermuda Triangle store, as well as a variety of cafes, boutiques, and jewelry shops to choose from.
The Dockyard Pharmacy is the best place for souvenirs. It’s a modernized pharmacy and store with a snack counter in a quaint old building. Even though this is a pharmacy, you’ll find souvenirs here you won’t find anywhere else, like the 1960’s-era posters, artwork, and toys.
If you plan to rent a motor scooter, be aware that petrol in Bermuda is very expensive. Conserve gas since prices are around $6 to $7 USD per gallon.
Editor’s note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about places to shop in Bermuda.