Flatts Village

Flatts Village is a small settlement in Bermuda, lying on the southern bank of Flatt’s Inlet in Hamilton Parish, almost exactly between Hamilton and St. George’s.

It is one of the earliest settled areas in Bermuda. Although the entrance to the inlet is now too shallow, due to sand, to allow entrance to large vessels, it was once a useful harbour. A number of former warehouses and prominent homes survive in Flatts Village to speak of its more prosperous and active past.

Flatts Bridge crosses the inlet at the settlement, and the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo is located opposite, on the north side of the inlet. The former Station of the defunct Bermuda Railway is now home to the Bermuda National History Museum.

Village Pantry

Clean, fresh décor. Delightful choices of more healthful meals, yet with plenty of creativity. Excellent service – and with plenty of smiles.

Contemporary, Seafood, European, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options

Bermuda Aquarium Museum & Zoo

After a major renovation, the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo (BAMZ) has reclaimed its mantle as one of the island’s top family-friendly attractions. Walk through zoo exhibits featuring small birds, reptiles, and mammals found on other islands around the world, including lemurs and fossa from Madagascar and wallabies and tree kangaroos from Australia. Learn about how the island was created from a volcanic explosion at the natural history museum, and in the newly redesigned aquarium, don’t miss the 140,000-gallon tank where you can view schools of tropical reef fish and large predators like sharks and black grouper. Got little ones? Grab a snack at the bay front café, then hit the playground with its pirate ship, sandbox, and slides.

Belvin's Variety Store

Just a short walk from Brightside resort Belvin’s Variety offer a wide rsnge of grocery items, liquor, soda, snacks and more. Seemly always open Belvin’s is open everyday till 12am.