Bimini has a number of interesting places of cultural significance and unique historical landmarks to visit. The Bimini Rod & Gun Hotel that housed the first casino in The Bahamas, the Bimini War Memorial & Heroes Park, Ansil’s Boat House, The Dolphin House Museum, the Bimini Museum and picturesque King’s Highway on North Bimini are a must-see. You can take self-guided tours in North Bimini on foot, by rental golf cart or by taking a ride through the settlements on the Bimini Tram. There is also a guided walking tour around Alice Town that includes a visit to all of the important cultural sites. On South Bimini, bus or boat tours are offered to all the points of interest, like The Fountain of Youth, Brother Peter's Well and the Lost City of Atlantis.
Explore the environs of Alice Town and visit the Dolphin House, a popular attraction that has historical artifacts and photos of Ernest Hemingway. Tours are by appointment only.
You can take tours on foot or by golf cart to historical sites and landmarks. Visit the oldest cemetery, churches, The Bahamas’ first casino, museums and monuments to heroes.
For a small fee, hop on the Bimini Tram in North Bimini for a tour of the island. The tram operates between Alice Town and Porgy Bay from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and stops at all the hot spots.
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