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.
Those wishing to visit Tucker House Museum may choose to book their trip in St. George's Island, since those staying in this area of Bermuda will be pleased to have easy access to this museum for the duration of their trip. You can expect little traffic surrounding the museum, perhaps because there are so few lodging options close.
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Energetic guests might likely be engaged by the area because of the ample availability of outdoor options. Guests who are interested in testing their proficiency on the course, might want to do so at the closest option, which is St. George's Golf Club. Uneventful days can also be enjoyed at Tobacco Bay Beach, the closest beach. While the options above may be the closest, there will still be an exciting selection of equally enjoyable outdoor options. Museum visitors will find a variety of other local attractions within a reasonable distance. You'll find a pair of spots worth checking out - and - each of them situated a short distance from the museum.
You might want to call the museum in advance for their hours of operation.
The cost of admission is $5(USD) for adults, and $2(USD) for children between the ages of six and 18.
Phone Number: (441) 297-0545
Location: 5 Water Street, St. George, Bermuda
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