St. George's Historical Society Museum

More than just a museum, this historical site is dedicated to preserving the history of Bermuda. They have lots of fun educational events, classes, as well as fascinating collections that share the colorful local history.

Exhibits

The ‘welcoming arms’ stairs invite you in to this historical property, which was purchased by the St. George’s Historical Society in 1922. Inside you will find an extensive collection of exhibits that provide inside into daily routines, early travel patterns, and the impact on Bermuda of significant external events like the American Revolution and Civil War.

Staying Close

Those wishing to visit St. George's Historical Society Museum may choose to book their trip in St. George, as travelers to this area of Bermuda will have the benefit of convenient access to the museum throughout their trip. With only a small number of accommodations in the neighborhood within the vicinity of St. George's Historical Society Museum, a small amount of tourist movement can be bargained for.

Location and What's Nearby

Positioned near the center of St. George, St. George's Historical Society Museum happily welcomes local customers and vacationers lodging in this town or an area nearby. Regardless of whether you're staying nearby, you should consider stopping by to check it out.

This museum is located in a historically significant building at the corner of Featherbed Alley and Duke of Kent Street, within walking distance of the ferry terminal and cruise terminal on St. George's Island.

Spry visitors may additionally be engaged by the region because of the options for outdoor options. Museum patrons with a keen interest in golf can do so at the nearest course, Tucker's Point. Sunny moments can also be planned at Tobacco Bay Beach, the closest beach. Happily, an additional selection of outdoor options exist in the neighborhood. You will also find a variety of indoor places to visit within a reasonable distance. Without going too far, you can find two more interesting sites nearby you may want to check out--Somer's Gardens and Sommers Garden.

Information

Operating Hours

The Museum is open from 10 am - 4 pm Monday through Saturday during the months of April through November. During January through March, they're open from 10 am - 4 pm on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Payment

Admission cost for adults is $5.00, kids cost $2.00.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (441) 297-0423 Or (441) 297-8043

Location: Duke of Kent Street , St. George, Bermuda

Website: http://www.stgeorgesfoundation.org/education/digital-field-trip/historical-society-museum/

Sharon Jacobs: director@stgeorgesfoundation.org

 

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