In the Bermuda National Trust Museum guests will find exhibits detailing Bermuda's role in the American Civil War, a video presentation on the island's arts and history and a gift shop.
Culturally-minded guests believe that it is essential to understand as much regarding the culture and history of Bermuda as is achievable, and this site submits that possibility. Like a variety of other museums you'll come across, Bermuda National Trust Museum houses a variety of standard displays, which hold the exhibits which continually bring new guests in.
This museum housed in the Globe Hotel, which was built in 1700 and stands as one of the oldest stone buildings on Bermuda. It housed confederate agents in the American civil war.
Bermuda National Trust Museum is located in St. George, ensuring travelers to this part of Bermuda will have easy museum access for the duration of their trip. With only a few accommodations around the region within the vicinity of the museum, minimal tourist traffic should be anticipated.
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If you find yourself hungry after spending time in the museum, consider dining at one of the eateries nearby. The nearest eatery is Temptations, which offers American food. Also within a short distance, you and your party will come across options such as Tavern by the Sea and White Horse Pub where you will be able to sample Caribbean meals and experience the culture of Bermuda.
The operating hours for the museum aren't readily available, meaning your best option is phoning early to make certain the property is open to visitors when you and your group intend to head over.
Adults may enter the Bermuda National Trust Museum for $5(USD). Children between the ages of six and 18 are $2(USD), and children aged five and under are free.
Phone Number: (441) 297-1423
Location: Duke of York Street, St. George, St. David's Island
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