Following mostly the history of black Bermudans, from emancipation to political and social influence. The lodge that houses the museum was once home of a society that assisted freed slaves.
The museum displays for patrons a particular glimpse into how the country's people view the subject. Like a variety of other museums you'll come across, Bermuda Heritage Museum houses mainly standard exhibits, which consist of the exhibits considered most relevant and interesting.
St. George is a good option for those wishing to visit Bermuda Heritage Museum, since visitors to this part of Bermuda will have the benefit of easy museum access during their visit. With only a small number of hotels around the area around Bermuda Heritage Museum, minimal tourist traffic should be bargained on.
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If you find your belly rumbling after your museum visit, think about heading to one of the nearby restaurants. White Horse Pub, which sells Caribbean food, offers convenient access to the museum. The restaurant is a short distance away, but far-removed enough that you will need to aim for employing a means of transportation to travel there. Temptations and Tavern by the Sea are some of the other nearby lunch and dinner possibilities. At Tavern by the Sea you and your party might eat some International cuisine and enjoy the Bermuda scene.
Open from 10am to 3pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Entrance is $3.00 for adults and $2.0 for children.
Phone Number: (441) 297-4126
Location: Water Street, St. George, St. David's Island
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