Hamilton Bermuda - Shopping, Stores & Map
Hamilton is the shopping hub in Bermuda. If you are planning to buy souvenirs or gifts, clothes, accessories, jewelry, handcrafted items of various types, or for that matter anything, this is one place you must visit. But where are the stores located in Hamilton? Stores are lined up on various streets in Hamilton City which are mostly within easy walking distances from the Hamilton Ferry Terminal on Front Street or from the central bus terminal located near City Hall & Arts Center.
, Church Street, Reid Street, Queen Street etc are well known for great branded stores. There are also many alleyways in Hamilton which you should explore for cheaper gifts & souvenirs. There are also several shopping malls in Hamilton with many retail and boutique stores of all types.
Note that most stores in Hamilton remain open between 9:30am till 5pm Monday through Saturday throughout the year. They remain closed on Sundays and public holidays. The only exceptions are the grocery stores and large supermarkets which remain open on Sundays as well. However many stores particularly on Front Street and Queen Street remain open till 9pm and beyond on harbor nights
which is a street festival that takes place weekly in summer on Wednesday nights.
A.S Cooper's & Sons: Cosmetics, perfumes, fine jewelry, stones, clothing (ladies, men's & children's fashion wears), home decor items, gifts & souvenirs, bone china & crystal items etc. It has other outlets in the island. However the one on 59 Front Street, Hamilton is the Main Store. Another outlet is at Reid Street level third floor, which features the women’s designer clothing. This is one of the most reputed stores in Bermuda.
Update April 2019: AS Cooper's Children's department at the second floor on Front Street is closing down. However the ground floor will continue to operate which also has a children's section.
Update February 2016: The Children's Department which was located across the Hamilton Ferry Terminal has now been relocated to the Main Store on Front Street. It's now called 'Kids on 2' and housed in the 2nd floor. Main Store: 59 Front Street;
Hours Monday to Saturday, 10am – 6pm. Sunday up to 5pm. Phone: (441) 295 3961
Astwood Dickinson: Fine Jewelry and watches.
Main Store: 83-85 Front Street, Hamilton. Branch Boutique: Walker Arcade, Front Street Hamilton Tel: 441/292-5805
Bermuda Society of Arts: Art gallery. Artwork mostly from local artists. You can purchase paintings and artwork.
17 Church Street, Hamilton City. 10am – 4pm (Monday - Saturday). Closed on public holidays. Phone: 441/292-3824
Bluck's: Crystal Bone China products, Hand Painted Porcelain items, table wares etc.
4 Front Street, Hamilton City. Hours Monday to Saturday, 10am – 5pm. Phone: (441) 295 5367
Brown & Co. and The Bookmart: Brown & Co. is a large departmental store selling all kinds of goods and The Bookmart is a section of the store. At Bookmart you get many books on Bermuda, calendars, cook books to learn how to cook Bermuda's local food etc.
35 Front Street (also at 3 Reid Street). Hours: Monday - Saturday, 9am - 6pm; Sunday & Holidays: 1pm - 5pm
Burrows Lightbourn Ltd: Spirits and Wine merchant. It was founded in 1808. They stock beers like Heineken, Amstel Light, Carlsberg, Scotch whiskeys such as Dewars, Johnnie Walker, vodkas like Smirnoff and rums like Bacardi.
Calypso: Ladies dress materials, swimwear, shoes etc, mostly imported. Also ceramics, decorative items etc.
45 Front Street, Hamilton City. Hours Monday to Saturday, 9:30am - 5pm. Phone: (441) 295 2112
Carol Holding Studio: Print & Craft shop on Front Street. X Closed.
Cecile (now merged with Lusso): Upscale fashion store which until beginning of 2014 sold only high end fashion wears has merged with its sister concern Lusso (also located on Front Street). Other than clothes it now also stocks accessories such as bags, shoes, sunglasses etc.
15 Front Street, Hamilton City. Hours: Mon - Sat, 9:30am - 5:30pm. Phone: (441)295-1311. Email: [email protected]
Chatham House Bermuda: Cuban Cigars and Souvenirs.
63 Front Street, Hamilton City. Hours Monday to Saturday 7:30am – 5pm. Phone: (441) 292 8422
David Winston: Upscale means wear and accessories. Great place to buy Italian designer shirts, ties, belts etc.
49 Front Street, Hamilton City. Phone: 441-295-4866
Davison's of Bermuda: Clothing for men, women & children, gifts etc. The Hamilton store is now located at Hamilton Princess Hotel at 76 Pitts Bay Road. They also have branches at Dockyard Clocktower Mall, Hotel Fairmont Southamton and St George's (Water Street)
ER Aubrey Jeweller: Fine jewelry. Founded in 1954. They buy the gems and stones from the mines and create their own jewelry.
101 Front Street, Hamilton. Also located at 19 Queen Street Hamilton and Dockyard Clocktower Mall. Phone: (441)296-3171
English Sports Shop: Well known traditional Bermudian store selling clothing and variety of items for men, women and children. Some of the great buys includes traditional Bermuda shorts, cotton shirts, suits, trousers etc. They also sell woolens.
Gibbons: Large and famous departmental store. Established in 1923.
Monday-Saturday 9:30am-6:00pm, Sunday 1:00pm-5:00pm. 21 Reid Street, Hamilton. Phone: 441-295-0022. Email: [email protected]
Gosling Brothers Ltd: Wine & Spirit merchant and famous for its own Gosling's Black Seal brand of rum. Established in 1806 (first store in St. George's). Later the Hamilton Front Street store was taken on rent and opened in 1824.
33 Queen Street and 17 Dundonald Street, Hamilton City. Phone: 441 295-1123. Email: [email protected]
HS & JE Crisson Ltd (Crisson Jewelers): Excellent Jewelry and watches.
55 Front Street, Hamilton City. Hours Monday to Saturday, 9am - 5pm. Phone: (441) 295 2351
They also have branches at 16 Queen Street (Hamilton City) and other places in the island.
The Harbourmaster: Specialty store on bags, suitcases and leather goods including wallets, men's briefcases etc. Established in 1975.
Mon - Wed: 9:00am - 5:30pm, Thu - Sat: 9:00am - 5:30am. Washington Mall, 9 Reid Street, Hamilton. Phone: 441-295-5333
The Irish Linen Shop: Bed linens, perfumes, candles, bath & body products, children's dresses, gifts etc.
31 Front Street. Hours Monday to Saturday, 10am – 6pm; Closed Mondays during Jan and Feb. Phone: (441) 295 4089
Lusso: Nice leather make & designed bags, shoes, sunglasses, silk ties, scarves, accessories etc for men & women.
51 Front Street, Hamilton City. Phone: 441/295-6734
Pro Shop: Sells sports shoes, jerseys, work out gears etc of many brands for both men and women at reasonable prices. The store is completing 4 decades of operation in 2016. The best selling item here is the soccer team T-Shirts. The store is located on Reid Street and at the basement. Very friendly staffs. Kenwood Building, 17 Reid Street, Hamilton. Phone: 441-292–7487
The Market Place: Large and famous grocery store chain with bakery. You also get phone cards here.
Monday to Saturday: 7am - 10pm Sunday: 9am - 7pm. 42 Church Street, Hamilton. Phone: (441) 295-6006
Marks & Spencer: Well known British Departmental store selling variety of items including fashion products and food. Founded in 1884.
Mon - Fri: 9:00 am - 5:30pm, Sat: 9:15am - 5:30pm. 17 Reid Street, Hamilton. Phone: 441-295-0031, Email [email protected]
Miles Market: Large and very well known grocery store with separate food, meat and bakery sections.
7.30am to 7.00pm Monday to Saturday – 1:00pm to 5:00pm Sunday.
Waterfront, Pitts Bay Road, Pembroke. Phone: 441/295-1234
Otto Worz Co.: Silverware including jewelry, charms, bracelets etc. There is also a nice gift section (woodcraft, glassware etc).
3 Front Street, Hamilton City. Hours Monday to Saturday, 9am - 5pm. Phone: (441) 295 1247
Perot Post Office: Oldest post office in the island. Perot was the first post master general appointed in 1821. You can buy post cards and stamps here.
11 Queen Street, Hamilton. Phone: 441/292 9052
P-Tech: A well known store for electronics like digital camera, MP3 players etc. Also offers mobile accessories, online photos etc.
3 Reid Street, Hamilton City. Hours Monday to Saturday, 9am - 5pm. Phone: (441) 295 5496
Riihiluomas Flying Colours: The store sells nice T-Shirts, Gifts & Souvenir items. Established in 1937.
9am to 5:30pm. Open until 9pm on Harbor Nights (Wednesdays in Summer). 5 Queen Street, Hamilton. Phone: (441)-295-0890
Rock On: Well known health store selling nutritional products. Protein bars & shakes are its best sellers. You get diet books here as well.
Monday - Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm. Butterfield Place, 67 Front Street, Hamilton. Phone: (441) 295–3468
Sail on Bermuda: Art, Craft and Accessories.
Washington Mall West, 7 Reid Street Unit 4 Hamilton, Bermuda. Phone: (441) 295-0808
Monday to Friday: 10am to 5pm, Saturday: 9pm to 5pm.
Stefanel: Knitwear, clothing, shoes, bags, accessories etc for men and women. This is an international franchise.
Reid Street, Hamilton City. Phone: 441 295-5698
Swiss Timing: Great brands of watches. Founded in 1988.
TABS Bermuda: Authentic cotton Bermuda shorts made by island experts.
Walker Arcade, 12 Reid Street, Hamilton. Phone: (441) 704 TABS; Email: [email protected]
Twice Told Tales: Bookstore selling second hand (used) books.
34 Parliament Street, Hamilton City. Phone: 441 296-1995
Upstairs Golf & Tennis Shop: Sport shop selling sports equipment and gears like golf clubs, tennis rackets and balls etc. Great branded products.
26 Church Street, Hamilton City. Phone: (441) 295–5161
Vera P Card: Crystals, jewelry, watches, clocks, figurines at duty free prices. The shop closed in 2008.
11 Front Street, Hamilton City. Phone: (441) 295-1729
WJ Boyle & Son: Well known store for footwear selling formal shoes, sneakers etc for men, women and children. There is also another outlet on Church Street (Hamilton) which specializes on children's shoes.
Boyle's Building, 31 Queen Street, Hamilton. Phone: (441) 295–1887. Email: [email protected]
Walker Christopher Goldsmiths: Jewelry including gold, diamond, pearl etc. Great collection of rare coins including Greek and Roman coins which can be mounted on necklaces, ear rings etc. 9 Front Street. Mon to Sat from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Phone: (441) 295 1466
There are several large shopping malls in Hamilton with a collection of branded retail and boutique stores, along with cafes and restaurants. These are great if you are looking for all things in one place.
Washington Mall (20, Church Street, Hamilton, Between Reid street and Church street).
A large mall with over 40 premium retail outlets and 8 restaurants spread across two levels.
Bermudiana Arcade (27 Queen Street, Hamilton)
Varieties of stores and restaurants.
Walker Arcade (12 Reid Street, Bermuda)
Several nice branded stores.
A free weekly tour is conducted by the Town Crier of Hamilton to take tourists to the stores in Bermuda that showcase authentic Bermuda made and island inspired products such as dress materials, jewelry, handicraft items, perfumes, souvenirs and more. This free tour is conducted on every Thursday starting at 10:30am until 1:30pm during summer (usually mid-March to end September). Suggest you inquire at the Hamilton Visitors Information Center located next to the Ferry terminal to know about the exact schedule of the tour.
Some of the stores covered includes TABS Bermuda (well known for offering authentic Bermuda shorts made in the island), Lili Bermuda (excellent place to look for genuine Bermuda made perfumes), Alexandra Mosher Studio Jewelry (great place to look for necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings), Della Valle Sandals (well known for handmade & customized soft leather sandals. The leather is imported from Tuscany of Italy), AndPartners (funny name but they are an exquisite boutique house selling Bermudian as well as Scandinavian & American designed brand designed jewelry & accessories).
Map showing Hamilton Stores
The map below shows the location of the main stores in Hamilton City, Bermuda. You will be able to see the streets on which they are located and their approximate location on the streets. Below the map I have mentioned the main products sold by each store, along with store hours, address and contact information.
The map also shows some of the prominent landmarks like the City Hall, Session House, Cabinet Building, Perot Post Office and the Ferry Terminal. Towards the eastern end, you will notice the Fort Hamilton which is accessible through Happy Valley Road that originates from Kings Street. You will also notice that the Visitors' Information Center located on Front Street is marked with "i".
Hamilton Shopping Map, Bermuda
Cartography courtesy of Frommer's Travel Guides
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