"Home of the Capitol City of Bermuda - Hamilton" Pembroke Parish by grandmaR

Pembroke Parish Travel Guide: 0 reviews and 17 photos

Pembroke Parish is centrally located on Main Island. It has North Shore and Hamilton Harbor sea frontage. It was named after Bermuda's Elizabethan patron, English aristocrat William Herbert, the (third) Earl of Pembroke (1580-1630). Pembroke was the nephew of Sir Philip Sydney and richest peer in England. He took his title from the market town of Pembroke in Pembrokeshire, Wales.

In addition to the capitol city of Hamilton, Black Watch Pass, Fort Hamilton and Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) are places I've visited in Pembroke Parish

  • Last visit to Pembroke Parish: Nov 2004
  • Intro Updated Nov 27, 2011
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