Interesting Places I've Photographed
Queen's View from Gibbs' Hill Lighthouse
Topic: Scenic Roadside Lookout
GPS: N32° 15.180; W064° 50.070
The Queen's View was made famous after the visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Bermuda.
Gibbs' Hill Lighthouse is a popular stop on the island tour of Bermuda. A path leads downhill from the lighthouse to an elevated plaque. On this spot Queen Elizabeth II enjoyed the view, when on a royal visit to Bermuda following her coronation, on 24th November 1953. It is a pretty view indeed. You are looking north across Great Sound all the way to King's Wharf and beyond.
Directions: St. Anne's Road - To Gibbs' Hill Lighthouse parking area.
Closest town or city: Southampton
Number of parking spots available: 20
Winter View: yes
Summer View: yes
Year around access: yes
Comfort station on site: yes