"Waterville and the Botanical Garden" Paget Parish by grandmaR

Paget Parish Travel Guide: 3 reviews and 27 photos

Paget Parish is on Bermuda's South, Middle and Harbour Roads. It was named in 1617 after Elizabethan patron, English peer and colonist William Paget, fourth Lord Paget (1572-29 August 1629), 4th Baron Paget de Beaudesert.

In addition to visiting the Bermuda National Trust headquarters at Waterville..

...my visits in Paget Parish have included the Botanical Garden

..(including Camden which is an historic house in typical Bermudian architecture, the official residence of the Premier of Bermuda). The King Edward VII Memorial Hospital is also in the parish, but fortunately I have not had to visit that.

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