Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

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Built in 1844, the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse is said to offer some of the best panoramic views in all of Bermuda, spectacular enough to entice the newly crowned Queen Elizabeth II to visit in 1953. The landmark is surrounded by remarkable features consisting of natural landscapes bestowed with pink shores, tranquil waters, and vibrant greenery. Standing at 108 meters (354 feet), the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse is the tallest on the island and among the first ever to be constructed out of cast iron, offering a breathtaking view of the sprawling ocean in the distance. The Lighthouse Tea Room is situated at the base of the tower. Given its history and picturesque setting, it comes as little surprise that this is a top attraction in Bermuda.

Location:  Lighthouse Road

Business hours:  Mar-Jan - Mo-Sa 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Mar-Jan - Su 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.