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National Museum of Bermuda

528 Reviews

National Museum of Bermuda

528 Reviews
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Experience a relaxing time on the water aboard a catamaran on this half-day cruise. Glide across Bermuda’s blue waters to a secluded area in the Great Sound. Here, you’ll be able to snorkel, kayak, paddle board, swim, or simply lounge on the sundeck of the boat. Plus sip on a rum cocktail (included).
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William D wrote a review Mar 2020
Charleston, South Carolina52 contributions4 helpful votes
As part of a full day exploring dockyard, this museum complex is a wonderful history of Bermuda and why things are where they area.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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jenrn2020 wrote a review Feb 2020
Fleming Island, Florida67 contributions8 helpful votes
There is a lot of walking here. The exhibits are spread out. You learn a lot about the Bermudians and their heritage.Make sure you see the exhibits near the cave as they are easy to miss but well worth it. They also have a dolphin quest. With your admission you can sit and watch the dolphins. For an additional fee you can swim with them.m
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Maggi713 wrote a review Jan 2020
Baltimore, Maryland10,264 contributions973 helpful votes
As the Queen Victoria was docking at the Royal Naval Dockyard, we were struck by the house on the hill. We discovered it was the Commissioner’s House located within the National Museum of Bermuda. Although we did not have the time to visit the museum, we did read about the house. It is the oldest cast iron house in the world - built in 1820. In fact, the frame of the building was cast in England and then brought to Bermuda. It was left abandoned in the 1950’s and then the house went through a twenty-year restoration and is now the crown jewel of an already impressive collection of historical buildings and artifacts.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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154rox wrote a review Jan 2020
Stamford, Connecticut45 contributions7 helpful votes
Extensive Collection of paintings, photographs, scale models, military exhibits and artwork bringing to life Bermuda’s role in naval history, the slave trade and modern tourism. This in an exquisitely restored structure with commanding views of the Great Sound and the open ocean. Don’t miss the astonishing Hall of History mural created by Bermudian artist Graham Foster.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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angeleyes27 wrote a review Nov 2019
Brigantine, New Jersey4,747 contributions802 helpful votes
This museum is an easy walk from the ship dock. It is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors. We started exploring the fort grounds but it started raining so we had to stop. There is a nice viewpoint to see your ship and the dockyard below. The commissioner house has several exhibits although in mid November there were a couple rooms closed for renovations. A section has the military history and several cool ships. A worthwhile stop.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from nmbermuda, Communications at National Museum of Bermuda
Responded Dec 30, 2019
Thank you for visiting us! We are so glad to hear that you enjoyed the Museum.
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