Horse-drawn carriages were used by most Bermudians instead of cars until 1946.
In summer, evening is most comfortable for both horse and passengers. Carriage rides are even more expensive than taxis. Carriage drivers, who often wear pith helmets in summer, must post a rate card in their carriage:
Prices range from $250 per hour in Hamilton, up to $100-$200 more per hour outside of the city. Hamilton carriages are found on Front Street.
Bookings are based on an hourly rate.
Only one carriage company currently operates in the City of Hamilton: Shilo Carriages, which also accommodates wedding parties. Phone 441-236-6678 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.