Went to a wedding there. Very nice and clean garden. Well kept. A nice place to relax and walk about.
I like this garden, but it was not life changing, like the other sites I saw in St. George's. The most interesting part is what I could not see. The founder of the town, Somers, heart is buried under the monument in the park, which made me want to stop by. But, the park itself leaves much to be desires.... More
Somers Garden is a pretty, quiet little spot, so if you're looking for a place to get away from some of the tourists and just relax and take in the beauty of Bermuda, this is a lovely place to do it. It's not that large, so I can't imagine spending too much time here, but if you have a chance... More
And that's saying something, since I loved just about everything! This amazing sunken garden is a botanical delight. Lots of species, well laid out and maintained. It has several monuments, but nothing intrusive, And they have a lovely moon gate, for which Bermuda is known, Do. Not. Miss. This!
I was interested in seeing the connections to Jamestown, Virginia - where George Somers was headed when his ship wrecked at Bermuda in 1609. Gardens are beautiful and well maintained.
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