Cafe & Shop
About Homer’s Café:
Nestled inside the entrance to Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, Homer’s Café is a well-known café just outside of the city. This little café was dubbed “Homer’s” after the great artist Winslow Homer.
There is outdoor seating in the courtyard, or in the lounge below; Dobbie’s Hideaway is fitted with couches, tables and chairs and even activities for the kids. The café is completely wheelchair accessible with an elevator and ramps. Located in the Botanical Gardens, 183 South Shore Road, Paget, Telephone, 299-4000
Private Dining and Parties:
Enjoy the privacy of the Café and lounge below for business meetings, parties or any occasion. We have a list of vendors who would be more than happy to create the perfect event. Please contact Morgan Simons at 299-4009 for more information.
Homer’s Café is closed until further notice.
Located in the beautiful Botanical Gardens, five minutes from Hamilton, the café is on three major bus routes (1,2 & 7) and is clearly signposted from all entrances.
Phone: (441) 299-4000
The old arrowroot gallery has been transformed into our museum shop with a wide variety of items available for purchase. Our Arrowroot Museum Shop and Gallery feature artworks and crafts by local artists, art books, calendars, postcards and greetings cards, and our very popular vintage Bermuda Travel Posters at $20 each. Discover, vintage travel posters, hand-painted silk scarves, and Bermuda inspired homeware all of which make excellent gifts and holiday keepsakes!