Bermuda Heritage Museum

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.

Some visitors feel that it is relevant to understand as much with regards to the culture and history of the country they are visiting as is available, and this attraction offers up that occasion. Taking the lead among the varied presentations at this attraction, guests will note a collection of permanent exhibits. These are this site's enduring expositions.

Staying Close

Bermuda Heritage Museum is located in St. George, meaning those visiting this part of Bermuda will be excited to have convenient access to the museum throughout their trip. With just a few hotels around the neighborhood within the vicinity of this museum, only a little tourist movement can be bargained for.

Location and What's Nearby

You'll find an adequate number of food establishments to select from in the area surrounding the museum. White Horse Pub, which dishes out Caribbean dishes, is very close-by, making it a great option for museum patrons. The restaurant is a slight distance off, but removed enough that you may need to aim for using a particular means of transport to get there. Also close-by, you'll find options such as Temptations and Tavern by the Sea where you might try out International dishes and enjoy the local foods and culture of Bermuda.

Information

Operating Hours

Open from 10am to 3pm Tuesday through Saturday.

Payment

Entrance is $3.00 for adults and $2.0 for children.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (441) 297-4126

Location: Water Street, St. George, Bermuda

Website: http://www.stgeorgesfoundation.org/

 

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