A quirky little history museum, the building itself is a speck of Bermuda history, designed by the first postmaster of the town, famous for his eccentricities. It shares a building with the library.
One cannot discuss the history of Bermuda without making mention of the men who sailed the seas surrounding the island. At the Bermuda Historical Society Museum, guests will find displays of ceramics imported by early sea captains, artifacts that once belonged to Sir George Somers who was stranded on Bermuda's reefs in his ship the Sea Venture in 1609, and more. Also on display is a collection of Bermuda coins, old cedar furniture, and antique silver.
Downtown Hamilton is a good option for those wishing to visit Bermuda Historical Society Museum, because those staying in this part of Bermuda will have the benefit of convenient access to the museum throughout their trip. While the region isn't home to tremendous numbers of tourists, you'll nevertheless find a sizable number of lodgings to pick from.
|The Oxford House||Hotel||--||--|
|Rosemont Apartments||Hotel||0.3 mi. (0.7 km)||W|
|Rosedon Hotel||Hotel||0.3 mi. (0.8 km)||W|
|Edgehill Manor Guest House||Guest house||--||--|
|Fairmont Hamilton Princess||Resort||0.4 mi. (0.9 km)||WSW|
|Royal Palms Hotel||Hotel||0.4 mi. (0.5 km)||WNW|
|Fordham Hall||Guest house||--||--|
Outdoor amusements like playing a few holes of golf and beach-going are by no means hard to come by in the region. Visitors with an interest in trying out their skillfulness around the course, will be able to do so at the nearest golfing facility, which is Belmont Hills Golf Club. Uneventful days can also be enjoyed at Grape Bay Beach, the most close-by beach. Even though the options above are the easiest to get to, you'll still have access to various similar outdoor options. You will find a fair number of other interesting places to get away from the sun in this general area. Just a short distance away you will find two additional attractions-- and .
You should call the museum ahead of time to find out their operating hours.
Admission is free.
Phone Number: (441) 295-2487
Location: 13 Queen Street, Downtown Hamilton, Bermuda
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