About Fort Hamilton
Walk the well-manicured grounds of Fort Hamilton, and catch panoramic views of Hamilton Harbour from the walls of this Victorian-era stone garrison. Built by the British in 1870, the fort never saw battle, and the massive, 18-ton artillery pieces were never fired in defence of the city. Today, the moat has been transformed into a lush garden, and visitors can explore from the upper battlements to the underground passages and dungeons.
Meeting & Conferences
The lush gardens and historic stone ramparts of Fort Hamilton create a fairy-tale backdrop for your Bermuda wedding. A stone path doubles as a dramatic aisle, while manicured upper lawns make a romantic setting for your reception, with space for up to 500 guests. Fort Hamilton is a public park, so reserving it for weddings requires an application and event fee submitted to the City of Hamilton at least six weeks before the event.