Paget Parish is centrally located area in Bermuda, from where tourists can easily reach to various other tourist destination of this island country. Its northern shore overlooks Hamilton Harbour while its southern shore is home to the famous Elbow Beach. Named after the fourth Lord of Paget, William Paget, this parish has numerous attractions and activities which will certainly attract tourists to stay, take part and enjoy the beautiful historical town. Clermont was once the home of Sir Brownlow Grey, the Chief Justice of Bermuda; it is noted for its fine and all-embracing woodwork. The Elbow beach here has both public and private sections and is excellent for snorkeling. Paget Marsh nature reserve, Hamilton Harbor, Alfred Blackburn Smith Nature reserve and Crow lane are other places of interest here.