National Museum of Bermuda and Dolphin Quest
Maritime Ln, Sandys MA01, Bermuda
Sat, Sun 9:30am - 5pm
Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm
Took picture with God :)This picture is my favourite memory from my visit to gorgeous islands of Bermuda. I used to make jokes with my parents for a while that i was close to God himself and captured him in all his glory :D Meet Neptun or Poseidon however you like to call this handsome guy, a
3-meter high statue located in National Museum of Bermuda in Sandys.
Neptune was the Lord of the Sea. His brothers were Jupiter and Pluto.
Neptune was a good looking fellow. He had deep blue eyes and streaming green hair. He was a restless fellow, always on the move.
Neptune was very powerful. He could raise his hand and a new island would appear! People were terrified of Neptune, especially those who lived in coastal towns.
The ancient built temples to honor Neptune. They brought special gifts to the temple every day, hoping to keep him happy. Sometimes it worked. Sometimes it didn't. Neptune was very moody. I like mythology so much ,so this was precious moment to me :)
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Discover Fish and Flippers
Bermuda offers several ways for children and adults to get up close to marine life. Pet, play, or paddle through the water with Atlantic bottlenose dolphins at Dolphin Quest, which offers a wide variety of programs for children and adults. Part of the Bermuda Maritime Museum, entry to the Dolphin Quest area is free with museum admission, so even those that don’t want to get wet can view the very entertaining cetacean interactions. Snorkel Park Beach, also at the Dockyard, is a protected inlet and has many varieties of colorful fish, coral, and anemones.