Front Street is a nice street for a stroll with many shops and restaurants that are kind of expensive.
About Front Street
81 - 90 of 539 reviews
Front Street follows the harbor and is the main area for shopping and dining in Hamilton for tourists. There is a variety of shops that will probably suit everyone and varied restaurants and bars. The harbor is beautiful and it's interesting to watch the activity...More
Front Street in Hamilton is one of the main shopping areas in Bermuda. High end shops and a few restaurants. On Wednesday nights in high season (May - Sept) they close the street to traffic and have a street fair. There is food, music ---VERY...More
Front street has several shops, restaurants, and pubs. The ferry station to the Royal Navy Dockyard and St. George is located next to the Information Center. On Wednesday evening the street is closed to traffic for a celebration of taste, culture, and shopping. There’s music...More
Front St. has whatever type of shops one would want, be it touristy souveniers, wine and spirits, a great bookstore with cafe inside, many places to dine, a wonderful art gallery featuring African art, shops at all price ranges, even a Mark & Spencer department...More
There is plenty of shopping, if that is what you like. The usual tourist stuff and some nicer local jewelry shops and such. A lot of traffic, so watch your step since cars will come from your right.
Cruised to Hamilton and docked right at the port near Front st. Great place to shop, take in the festival and eat at one of the pubs. Was able to find a few new things to purchase but Bermuda is pricey. Loved the window shopping...More
We went there for a harbor nights festival, they shut down the street for a few blocks and had vendors. There was a lot of local food, and crafts. It was a cool place to visit. There are a couple of really good souvenir shops...More