About Tobacco Bay Beach
Colonial-era history and modern-day beach amenities meet at Tobacco Bay Beach. This scenic bay at the northernmost end of Bermuda was a backdrop for the Gunpowder Plot of 1775, in which Bermuda locals helped American revolutionaries steal a supply of British gunpowder from the Town of St. George. Today it's home to the Tobacco Bay Beach Bar & Restaurant, one of the most popular visitor attractions in Bermuda. The calm lagoon is surrounded by unique rock formations, and you’ll find everything you need for a relaxing day on the beach, from chairs and snorkel gear to food, drinks and live music.
- Onsite Restaurant/Food Available
- Outdoor Picnic Area (covered or shaded)