Victoria Park Bermuda

Victoria Park is a nice little public park in Hamilton City located north of City Hall and covering a full block between Victoria Street, Cedar Street, Washington Street and Dundonald Street. 
There are nice shaded and winding paths across the park. You can see many types of trees and shrubs here including bushes, golden acacia trees and Norfolk pines. The main features are the sunken garden, lawns, and flower beds in traditional English style, and the beautiful ornate iron band stand. 
The Band Stand was setup in 1899. During the British time, the regimental bands used to play here. In 2008, the band stand which had become quite dilapidated, was sent to Scotland for repairs. This was the only one of its kind and could be repaired only in Scotland from where it was originally imported. 
UPDATE: The newly refurbished bandstand has been restored in April 2009. Here open air concerts are still performed during the summer and December months just before Christmas. There are restrooms available at the park. But note that many of the homeless locals use these toilets. So they may not be in great conditions all the time. 
Victoria park Bermuda 
UPDATE 2011 
  • City of Hamilton has organized 2011 Summer Sunday of the Park series at the Victoria Park. This fun and family event will be held on first Sunday of every month between May to October. Events and activities include: 
  • Kids Area featuring fun castles, face paintings etc.  
  • Performances from various local talents &groups including Joy T. Barnum, Chandra Maybury, The Berkeley Institute Dance Group, String Ensemble from Cedarbridge Academy, Jonae Smith, Sia Spence and more. 
  • Vendors will be selling food. There will be a light bar available on site. 
  • The events will run between 3pm - 8pm. Admission is free. 


    Victoria park is located in Hamilton City behind the City Hall as well as the Central Bus Terminal, and right next to Bermuda Musical &Dramatic Society. The nearest entrance while coming from the City Hall would be the one at Victoria Street or Washington Street. 
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