Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo

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Part aquatic sanctuary, part natural history haven, part fauna refuge: this attraction has established itself as a must-visit spot on tourist itineraries. A visit to the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, and Zoo entails exciting opportunities to study and observe sea life both large and small. On display are such exciting creatures as the moray eel, barracuda, green turtle, puffer fish, wrasse, and miniature crab. Land animals, who call the reserve home, include lemurs, iguanas, and flamingos. Among the many fascinating showcases here are the popular North Rock Exhibit and South American Aviary, representing the Rim Reef system and exotic birdlife respectively. Also fun is the Friends of Madagascar exhibit, which houses several species endemic to the island nation located off the southeastern coast of Africa. For enthusiastic visitors, it has become customary to stop by the natural history displays to learn more about the geology, ecology, and history of beautiful Bermuda before leaving this whirlwind attraction.

Location:  40 North Shore Road

Business hours:  Mo-Su 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.