King's Wharf is a port in Bermuda, rich in naval history the port was built for the British Navy as a base between Halifax and the West Indies. With a host of key attractions such as the National Museum of Bermuda, Art galleries, craft markets, Dolphin centre, and ample beaches King's Wharf has an endless array of activities for all ages.
Points of Interest
Visit the glass art studio and watch the talented artisans as they create ornamental glass collectibles and handmade fused glass jewellery by glassblowing and flame working.
The National Museum of Bermuda is the largest tourist attraction on the island. Located in 'The Keep' a six acre fortification at the tip of the Royal Naval Dockyard it showcases Burmuda's military history and items relating to the British Royal Navy and the US Forces.
Take a 5 minute stroll to this charming shopping arcade, it has 100 foot high twin clock towers and several boutique and stores in the mall, where you can purchase fine china, crystals, clothing and a lot more.
Get up close and personal with these beautiful dolphins in their ocean water safe haven where you have different interactive experiences that will last forever in your memory.