We've visited Bermuda many times over the years so we've seen the sights and now we just enjoy walking around the town and doing some shopping, having lunch, etc plus revisiting some of the major buildings in Hamilton like City Hall, Parliament, and the cathedral. We enjoy the ferry service that serves all of Bermuda and aside from using the ferries to get from Dockyard to Hamilton, we also take a ride on the local ferry that just travels around the harbor dropping off tourists and residents at the many little islands that are in the harbor.
Bermuda has an excellent bus system and most tourists avail themselves of it to get to the beaches or to St. George or to the various wonderful golf courses.
Dockyard has much to offer -- many shops and restaurants plus Snorkel beach and the new miniature golf course with its spectacular ocean and harbor views.
The Commissioner's House is a must see for anyone interested in history and also for anyone interested in a terrific view from the veranda of the house.