Best Bermuda Shopping

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    10. E.R. Aubrey Jewellers

    This shop has been handcrafting fine jewelry since 1954. They purchase raw materials directly and pass along their savings, bringing customers some of the island's most affordable prices. They also import diamond,...

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    9. Dockyards Glassworks

    Vibrantly colored, locally made art glass — these pieces are truly unique! The gallery has plenty to choose from in every color imaginable, and demonstrations are offered on weekdays, too.

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    8. Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard

    Browse the selection of prints, books, cards and artworks for sale, all created by Bermudian artists. Exhibits rotate every six weeks, always showcasing local talents in various media. Four working studios house a...

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    7. Bermuda Craft Market

    This market is a wonderful place to spend a few hours browsing for authentic souvenirs. Many local artists display their wares here, and often you can see the crafts being created. Special items to look for are...

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    6. Astwood Dickinson Company Limited

    This fine jewelry store carries timepieces, jewelry and collectibles from names such as Mont Blanc and Tiffany & Co. They're the exclusive agents of Columbian Emeralds International, and all emerald jewelry...

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    5. The Island Shop

    You won't find any mass produced "Bermuda" t-shirts here. Or cheesy refrigerator magnets, coffee mugs or key chains either. What you will find is unique Bermudian products: hand painted shirts, hand crafted jewelry,...

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    4. Riihiluoma's Flying Colours

    The perfect place to pick up all sorts of souvenirs, Flying Colors has been owned by the same family since 1937. They have hundreds of t-shirts to choose from, in a plethora of designs and colors. Not quite what you...

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    2. Bermuda Rum Cake Company

    These rum cakes make the perfect gift for your friends and family back home. They're packaged well so they travel well, and they keep for up to a year if unopened. But who could leave one unopened for that long?? If...

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    1. Royal Naval Dockyard

    In 1809, the British built this dockyard, which served as the headquarters for the Royal Navy until 1951. Today, the Navy's only influence is felt at the excellent Maritime Museum. The cruise ship terminal, located...

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