My husband and I rented a small place near The Old Royal Naval Dockyard and were so impressed with this museum. Room after room was filled with fascinating artifacts and history -much of it strongly connected to America's Civil War. The Museum is beautifully maintained. We were so impressed that such a small island had gathered so many artifacts. Bermuda even has the courage to address their participation in the slave trade and eventual emancipation of African Slaves. An expansive mural, painted by a local, illustrates the history of Bermuda and will knock your socks off. If you love museums, this is the place for you. We visited Bermuda in August and this was a nice break from the heat and humidity. (Some rooms are air conditioned but there building is well ventilated and the ocean breezes were lovely.) If we get back to Bermuda, this would be a place we'd revisit.
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