National Museum of Bermuda

National Museum of Bermuda

Top 1% of attractions in Bermuda
8 / 10

6 expert reviews

“Housed within the Royal Naval Dockyard—a former west end military fortification that's now home to Bermuda's cruise ship piers and a glut of family-friendly attractions.”

– Travel + Leisure

"The Maritime Museum, ensconced in Bermuda's largest fort, displays its collections in a series of old munitions warehouses that surround the parade grounds and Keep Pond." Full review
The Telegraph
"the museum features exhibits documenting 500 years of local history, including artefacts recovered from shipwrecks dating back to the 16th century. " Full review
Condé Nast Traveler
"Bermuda has some of the world’s most well-preserved stone fortresses—the one housing the National Museum of Bermuda is the largest" Full review
"Housed in a 19th-century fortress built by convict labor, this museum exhibits artifacts, models, and maps pertaining to Bermuda’s nautical heritage" Full review
U.S. News & World Report
"The National Museum of Bermuda chronicles more than 500 years of the island's history with several exhibits on slavery, immigration and tourism. Located on the grounds of the Keep..." Full review

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