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Bermuda National Trust Museum in the Globe Hotel


Learn about Bermuda's role in the American Civil War with a visit to the Bermuda National Trust Museum in the Globe Hotel. The museum occupies one of Bermuda's oldest stone buildings, dating back to 1699. Originally a government house built by Governor Samuel Day, it later became the headquarters of Confederate Major Norman Walker during the Civil War, when Bermuda served as a liaison helping the Confederates trade with England. This relationship is described in a permanent exhibit called "Rogues and Runners: Bermuda and the American Civil War." The museum sits north of King’s Square in the Town of St. George.

Admission Price

Adults $5, Children (six-18 years-old ) $2


Mon: 10 am – 4 pm
Tues: 10 am – 4 pm
Wed: 10 am – 4 pm
Thur: 10 am – 4 pm
Sat: 10 am – 4 pm

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based on 49 reviews

Deborah C | Feb 5, 2018

“A lot to see in a small place”

Really interesting little museum, telling the islands history right back to the earliest settlers. Plenty to see and very good value at $5.

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