while manned by a docent, this small museum, for free, gives a nice look at both bermuda's archetectural past an some of its culture. there are many fine old portraits, a clock with beautiful moving figures, lots of cedar and some interesting 'objects de art'. If there were a charge for this, I'd rank it as 'average', but as there is not, DO avail yourself of it (and if you feel it's worth $2 or $4 , it's a voluntary donation). It is right near the park and the library, tucked in to its original historic location.
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