What does it really mean to walk in someone else’s shoes? How does empathy spark or compassion grow? Join us for a walk around Hamilton city centre as seen through the eyes of Bermuda’s LGBTQ community. Listen as we share memories that are defining moments in our lives.
Tiffany, Steven & Ravi
Tiffany, Steven & Ravi live and work in Bermuda and have come together to highlight the issues facing the LGBTQ community on their island home. They aim to share the vibrant stories that bring to life what it means to be LGBTQ in Bermuda.
The Flagpole Bermuda
Directions to Starting Point
This tour starts on the entrance steps of O’Hara House (the offices of AXA XL) on Bermudiana Road, Hamilton. This location is a 5 minute walk from Hamilton Ferry Terminal and a 10 minute walk from Hamilton Bus Terminal.
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Places to stop along the way
Rock Island Coffee shop. This is a safe space for Bermuda’s LGBT community. Why not pop in and have a coffee?
Best time of day
During daylight hours. The tour route goes through Queen Elizabeth (formerly Par-La-Ville) Park as well as the Bermuda Cabinet Grounds. For both locations, the entrance gates are closed during the hours of darkness.
This area is very safe but please remember to pay attention to traffic when crossing the street. This walk includes mild to moderate inclines as well as steps at the exit of Queen Elizabeth (Par-La-Ville) Park.