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Botanical Gardens, Paget

169 South Road
Bermuda DV04
Tel: 441 236 4201's insider take:

Although the entire island could rightly be considered a botanical garden, this spectacular 36-acre property lets you see some of Bermuda's prettiest plants without wearing out your hiking shoes. There's a subtropical fruit garden, a cactus garden, enclosure-free butterfly zones, greenhouses, an aviary, and a miniature forest—there's even a garden for the blind, with especially aromatic flowers and herbs, and informational plaques inscribed in Braille. The pretty picnic area is a great place to bring a snack and a book and veg out to the sounds of the birds and bees.

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