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“Small but nice”

The Bermuda Craft Market
Ranked #90 of 247 things to do in Bermuda
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Owner description: Local artists and craftsmen sell their work: great souvenirs for the folks back home.
Reviewed 28 June 2018

They definitely know the tourists love the island trinkets and they definitely take advantage of that (not saying thats a bad thing). The individual vendors are nice and inviting

Thank Bill G
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Reviewed 6 June 2018

I like these type of places. It is a place to find interesting and one of a kind items. This is a breath of fresh air compared to a shop full of items made in China etc. We found some beautiful pendants handmade by a charming 90 yr old Bermudian. Some nice candles and other craft items. Worth a visit.

Thank dinerdon
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Reviewed 2 June 2018 via mobile

Tons of great local crafts and pink sand jewelry. Including a very talented cigar roller, Grant Kennedy, owner of Bermuda Cigar Company! He'll gladly roll you a fresh cigar and give a quick history lesson while rolling you an excellent cigar. He also has many of his cigars aged, packaged and ready to send you home with. Definately check out the craft market, much more there than the highlight of my visit!

Thank Joe C
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Reviewed 22 May 2018

How much more convenient can you get? If you cruise on NCL or Celebrity, your ship is docked within minutes of this shop which is across from the Bermuda National Museum. The only mistake we made was to shop on the last day right before we left -- the store was crowded as everyone else had the same idea.

There is no sales tax in Bermuda, so the price you see is the price you pay. There were many cute items, and prices were very low compared to other places on the island. We picked up a t-shirt, a 5" X 7" matted print of island scenes, a Christmas ornament of the Clock Tower Mall, and a bottle of Bermuda pink sand. Our total was around $ 45. There was also jewelry, candles, handmade items such as cigars and angels, clothing, books, Bermuda souvenirs such as key chains, etc., and so much more.

The selection was good, and items could be found at all price points. We were very happy to find this store and help the local Bermuda economy !

Thank Nprus
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Reviewed 14 May 2018

OOOOOOOooooo lovely thing to buy and nowhere near as expensive as I was expecting
Bright friendly lots of happy holidaymakers

Thank jillville
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