Spent two hours going through the museum that was filled with lots of history and information about Bermuda's past. Found the restored Commissioner's House to be a gold mine of neat and interesting things to see - cannons from old forts guarding key port entrances, info on annual Bermuda sailing race, impact slavery had to economy, how the island changed over the years from initial founding to WWI and WWII to the present day, and how the economy changed. Outdoor exhibits were just as good. Take time to walk the grounds to see how it was built since its a very large fort facility. Overall this is a must see site to fully understand Bermuda, the people and how it was settled.
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