Visit Carter House Museum, referred to as the "the best historical conservation site in Bermuda, Bar none by Dr. David Wingate OBE. This 17th-century Bermudian farmhouse, known to be one of Bermuda's oldest homes, was built by the family of Christopher Carter, one of the island's original settlers. Museum exhibits are dedicated to whaling, fishing, farming and other aspects of daily life in Bermuda's early days. You'll find hand tools from the 1600s, palmetto hats created by Martha Hayward (Carter's great-granddaughter) and ambergris, a product of whaling.
Tour the 17th century architecture, a reconstructed settler's hut, gardens which showcase endemic and native plant species and tools that mark the early life of settlers out here.
Tickets are available at Premier Tickets.