Protected Open Space

Conserving Bermuda’s natural heritage and preserving the Island’s quality of life for present and future generations is a core part of the Trust’s mission.

We play a leading role in environmental stewardship in Bermuda, caring for over 250 acres of open space ranging from woodlands, wetlands, islands and coastline to farmland, gardens and cemeteries. The Trust is the largest private landowner on the Island, having acquired its lands through purchase, gift and bequest.

Much of this land is open for the public to enjoy time outdoors in nature and learn about Bermuda’s natural history – we invite you to plan a visit. Other properties are refuges for Bermuda’s biodiversity and can be enjoyed visually from the road or the water, but are not open to the public.

View locations on Map of Properties.