The best places to go shopping in Bermuda include some of the island’s local markets, modern shopping malls, and trendy dockside streets. Some locations are located within a few blocks of each other, such as Washington Mall, Reid Street, and Front Street in Hamilton City. In the historic town of St George's, you could spend hours browsing the boutiques at Somers Wharf and along Water Street.

    Whether you’re looking for unique gifts and souvenirs, Bermuda-inspired resort wear, or handmade arts and crafts, the shopping scene in Bermuda won’t disappoint. To help you have an unforgettable shopping experience, check out our picks of the best places to go shopping in Bermuda below.


    Clocktower Shopping Mall

    Local souvenirs and handmade crafts under 1 roof

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    Clocktower Shopping Mall is one of Bermuda’s top retail destinations located at the historic Royal Naval Dockyard in Sandys Parish. It offers a great mix of history, Bermuda-inspired souvenirs, and restaurants. Art enthusiasts can visit Dockyard Glassworks to pick up gorgeous blown glass and glass jewellery. There’s also Bermuda Clayworks for handmade pottery and ceramic items.

    If it’s local handmade souvenirs you’re after, head to Hand Made Bermuda, Carole Holding’s Bermuda Shop, and The Grand Bazaar of Bermuda. You can’t visit Bermuda and not buy the iconic Bermuda shorts. Davison’s of Bermuda will sort you out with the perfect pair. During your visit, you can snap photos of the Clocktower Shopping Mall’s 30-metre-tall twin clocktowers. One tower displays the actual time, the other marks high tide.

    Location: 6 Clock Tower Parade, Bermuda

    Open: Monday–Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm, Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm

    Phone: +1 441-234-1709


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    Bermuda Craft Market

    Shop for unique Bermuda crafts, gifts, and souvenirs

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    Bermuda Craft Market at the Royal Naval Dockyard offers a trove of handmade goodies that make perfect souvenirs and gifts for you and your loved ones. You’ll find soaps, candles, ceramics, antiques, sea-glass ornaments, nautical maps, and so much more.

    Most of the vendors are the artists themselves. That’s why a visit to the market offers an excellent opportunity to meet and mingle with locals. For hand-rolled cigars, visit the table handled by Grant Kennedy – a master cigar roller who hand-rolls stogies with Dominican and Nicaraguan tobaccos.

    Location: 4 Freeport Rd, Royal Navy Dockyard, Bermuda

    Open: Daily from 10 am to 5 pm

    Phone: +1 441-234-3208


    Somerset Village

    An idyllic, sleepy enclave with plenty of local shopping options

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    Somerset Village is a small village in Sandys Parish in the northwest of Bermuda. Before you head to watch the sunset on Long Bay Beach or Daniel’s Head Beach Park, enjoy a bit of local shopping.

    Along Somerset Road, you’ll find bargains on beauty items, gifts, candles and more at Bargain Hunter and Dollar Depot. You can stock up on water, fruit and snacks at The Marketplace Somerset grocery store. To reach Somerset Village, hop on bus number 7 or 8, which run between Hamilton City and the Royal Naval Dockyard.

    Location: Somerset Village, Bermuda


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    Front Street

    Fashionable harbour-facing street lined with upscale boutiques

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    Front Street is Bermuda’s main commercial street and overlooks the cute harbour in Hamilton City. Lining the waterfront promenade are pastel-painted colonial buildings with shops selling local rum, jewellery, high-end clothing and other luxury items. The best way to explore Front Street is on foot. Start on the western end and make your way east.

    Men can stock up with Bermuda shorts, button-down shirts and hats at Coral Coast. Next door, at Urban Cottage, women will find an eclectic mix of stylish island apparel, jewellery and vintage home items. Everyone can shop at the iconic English Sports Shop a few blocks down. The charming classic store sells world-famous Bermuda-designed resort wear, including polo shirts, jackets, knit sweaters, dresses, and swimwear.

    Location: Front St, Hamilton, Bermuda


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    Washington Mall

    A 1-stop-shopping experience in the heart of Hamilton

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    Washington Mall, in the heart of Hamilton, is a great place to spend a few hours with over 50 stores and a lot of ground to cover. The shopping centre is a 1-stop shopping destination, home to clothing, souvenir, jewellery, and curated concept shops.

    When you get hungry and thirsty, take your pick from the wide variety of dine-in and takeout options at the food court. You can also combine your shopping with a visit to the virtual reality gaming cinema or treat yourself to a hair or nail treatment. Lastly, stay connected to friends and family with Washington Mall’s free Wi-Fi service.

    Location: 20 Church St, Hamilton, Bermuda

    Open: Monday–Saturday from 9 am to 6 pm (closed on Sundays)


    Reid Street

    A popular shopping and dining street in Hamilton

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    Reid Street is a vibrant street set 1 block from the harbour in Hamilton, which is lined with restaurants and boutiques selling international and Bermuda-made products. After a tasty gourmet brunch at Devil's Isle Café, enjoy a stroll along Reid Street. Pop into Atelerie for designer Heather MacDonald's curated mix of fashion, jewellery and home goods labels. On the opposite side of the street, 1609 Design sells bespoke jewellery, skincare, coffee, and internationally-branded clothing.

    For men's apparel and lifestyle items, TABS and Banter & Steel won't disappoint. And to buy everything you need for an island stay, The Phoenix Centre stocks toys, books, sunscreen, beachwear and souvenirs.

    Location: Reid Street, Hamilton, Bermuda


    Somers Wharf

    A waterfront mall in the historic town of St George's

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    Somers Wharf is a picturesque dockside shopping mall located along Water Street in the town of St George's. Once a shipbuilding facility, the complex now houses businesses offering a large selection of clothing, gifts, home decor, and arts and crafts.

    When you’re done exploring Somers Wharf, enjoy a stroll along Water Street. Pop into Bermuda Linens & Gifts for quality souvenirs, Davidrose Jewelry for exquisite accessories, or the Dragon’s Lair Gallery for unique, locally made art. You can easily reach Somers Wharf on foot from the bus, ferry, and cruise ship terminals.

    Location: 14 Water St, St.George's, Bermuda


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    Gibbons Company

    A great place to shop for fashion and daily goods in Bermuda

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    Gibbons Company is a department store chain on Reid Street in Hamilton. With a wide range of fashion, cosmetics, home decor, and bed and bath merchandise, it’s a great stop for shopping and topping up your daily necessities during your visit. Top clothing brands include Gap, Nike, DKNY, Mango, Calvin Klein, and Superdry.

    On the lower level, you’ll find an excellent selection of kitchen and lifestyle cookware and utensils. Meanwhile, perfume lovers will be spoilt for choice with renowned brands from around the world for sale, including Chanel, Dior, Vera Wang, and Versace.

    Location: 21 Reid Street, Hamilton, Bermuda

    Open: Daily from 9.30 am to 6 pm

    Phone: +1 441-295-0022


    Bargain Box

    A secondhand shop for value buys in Bermuda

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    Bargain Box is a thrift store in Pembroke parish, on the central north coast of Bermuda's main island. The family-owned and run shop sells new and gently-used items at discounted prices. You'll find toys, sporting goods, electronics, home goods, women and men's shoes and clothing, and other miscellaneous items.

    All the proceeds from the sales at Bargain Box go towards a local charity supporting children's healthcare. You can find the thrift store an easy 15-minute walk from the Hamilton City Bus Terminal.

    Location: 2 Midsea Lane Serpentine Road Hamilton HM, 07, Bermuda

    Open: Thursday from 5 pm to 7 pm, Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm

    Phone: +1 441-292-4169


    Wadson's Home Farm Market

    A farm-to-stall market since 1976

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    Wadson's Home Farm Market is a year-round market in Southhampton parish run by namesake farm owner Tom Wadson. Tom grows a wide variety of seasonal fruit and vegetables and sustainably raised livestock, including sheep and chickens, on his 12-hectare farm.

    Souvenir T-shirts, honey, and goat's cheese are also on sale. If you have time, call the farm 2 days before visiting to schedule a farm tour. And if you have access to a kitchen, buy some fresh produce and whip up a delicious home-cooked meal.

    Location: 10 Lukes Pond Road, Southampton, Bermuda

    Open: Tuesday–Friday from 10 am to 6 pm, Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm (closed on Sundays and Mondays)

    Phone: +1 441-238-1862

    Jacqui de Klerk | Contributing Writer

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