Leamington Cave Bermuda
Located in Hamilton Parish and a short distance from Tom Moore's Tavern, Leamington Cave has nice and interesting formations of stalagmites and stalactites. These are sharp crystal formations that either hang from the ceilings or jut up from the floor. Other than crystal formations, this limestone cave has underground pool. There is a strange amber colored rock formation known locally as the Statue of Liberty.
If you like to take your lunch before visiting the caves, try out the Plantation Restaurant. Although not the same class as some of the top line restaurants in Bermuda, it is far cheaper. Lunch will cost you around $15. However a great advantage is that you get free entrance to Leamington cave if you take lunch here. Otherwise the entree fees to the caves is $4 per person and $2 for a child under 12. UPDATE: Plantation Restaurant has closed down.
Leamington Cave is open from February through November between 10am to 4pm.
UPDATE: Leamington Cave is now part of a private property and access to public is closed.
Leamington Caves Bermuda
Harrington Sound Road, Hamilton Parish. Close by attractions include to Crystal Caves which is one of our favorite caves in Bermuda.
Bus routes: #1, 3, 10 and 11 (all routes operate between Hamilton City and St George).
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