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We briefly visited the City Hall and Arts Centre whilst in Hamilton after a local suggested we check it out. It’s about a 10min walk from the Hamilton Ferry wharf and right next door to the bus terminal. Such an impressive white building with its’...More
I visited this structure while here in town and we enjoyed the art inside the building on our self directed walking tour. We reviewed the markers to understand as much of the history as we could while looking around inside and outside the building. There...More
The building has s spacious, interesting, and very clean.
We were especially appreciative of the art gallery. The works presented were unique and often thought provoking enough to stimulate more research.
This gallery is mostly for adults.
I went here to get a narrated Hamilton Walking City Tour.
The town crier was there to receive people for the 10:30 am tour, but there were not enough people for him to start, so the crier gave me a printed map and description of...More
I was there last week and took a quick walk around. Great art and a beautiful building . The handrails in the staircase are made with a now rare Bermudian Cedar. While there I stumbled into a grade school class, so nice to see them...More
This white structure in the heart of Hamilton, only 2 blocks off of Front St., is well-worth a visit. Inside on the 2nd level are two local museums --the Bermuda Gallery of Art (free for seniors) and the Bermuda Society of Arts (free for all)...More
This large white building on Church Street houses the city's administrative offices, the National Gallery -- their art collection, and the Society of Arts. We came here to meet the town crier to take the free tour of the city. (Meet in the downstairs foyer...More