Tucker House Museum

Learn about how prominent Bermudians lived their lives on the island during the turn of the 19th century when you visit the Tucker House Museum. The house was built in the 1750s, but it wasn't until 1175 that the Henry Tucker (President of the Governor's Council) and his family took up residence. They remained in the home until 1809. Now, visitors can tour the home, which retains much of their original furniture, artwork, and household items. Guided tours are available.


Visit the Rainey Exhibit and learn about a free black man who in 1865 operated a barber shop nearby and eventually became the first African American to be sworn in to the US House of Representatives.

Staying Close

Those wishing to visit Tucker House Museum may choose to book their trip in St. George's Island, as guests staying in this area of Bermuda will have the benefit of easy museum access throughout their trip. There isn't much congestion in the area near the museum, particularly since there aren't many places to stay close.

Location and What's Nearby

You can find a fair number of food places to pick from in the general area surrounding the museum. Griffin's Bistro, which plates up Continental fare, is also the closest restaurant to the museum. Also near Tucker House Museum you and your group will encounter restaurants such as Polaris Restaurant and Temptations where you should be sure to try a bit of American food and experience the flavors of Bermuda.


Operating Hours

The operating hours for the museum aren't readily available, meaning that your group's best chance at success is phoning early to confirm the institution will be open to visitors during the time you and your group have decided to head over.


The cost of admission is $5(USD) for adults, and $2(USD) for children between the ages of six and 18.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (441) 297-0545

Location: 5 Water Street, St. George's Island, Bermuda

Website: http://www.bnt.bm/Places_to_Visit/tucker_museum.php

Email: palmetto@bnt.bm


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