Art & Galleries

The Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club is an art exhibit in itself! With its very central location you are literally a stones throw away other art galleries and exhibitions.

Masterworks Art Gallery
Website  (441) 299 4000
Masterworks’ mission is to build a major collection, not only of Bermuda art from the past, but also one that embodies the artists of today, as well as a vision for the future. By embracing all art forms, they hope to encourage artists from both Bermuda and abroad to develop their talents in our inspirational island setting. They also encourage the repatriation of works of art inspired by the island, and welcome any gift that may enhance their Collection. Homer’s Cafe serves a full selection of lunch items, baked goods and even a traditional Afternoon Tea on Sundays, as well as Picnic baskets for lunch in the park. Daily lunch specials are also offered. There is outdoor seating in the courtyard, and the cafe also gives full access to “Dobbie’s Hideaway”, the lounge below. This is a converted water tank which has been fitted with couches, chairs and makes a comfortable setting for a quiet coffee or to read the newspaper.

National Museum of Bermuda
Website  (441) 234 1418
Shipwrecks, boat building, whaling, privateering and the Royal Navy were all part of Bermuda’s maritime history. Located at The Keep, Royal Naval Dockyard. If you love wall murals, this is the one you mustn’t miss in Bermuda. Hall of History is a 1000 square feet larger than life mural created by the Bermudian artist Graham Foster. You will find it in the Commissioner’s House located at the National Museum of Bermuda in Dockyard. Graham started the work in 2005 and it took him 7,000 hours of research and painting to complete this mural over more than 3 years time.

Bermuda National Gallery
Website (441) 295 9428
Located in the City Hall Arts Centre in the heart of Hamilton, the Bermuda National Gallery is the home of Bermuda’s national art collection. Open to the public in 1992, the BNG has a mission to inspire our world with art, and a vision to become a culturally relevant museum that belongs to the people. Through a variety of exhibitions and educational programmes, the BNG intends to reflect and embrace the diversity that makes Bermuda.

Art at the Hamilton Princess