Bermuda National Trust – Globe Museum

Bermuda National Trust

Globe Museum, 32 York Street (off King's Square), St. George's



About Bermuda National Trust

Visit Globe Museum in the heart of the World Heritage Site!

Discover the story of St. George’s and Bermuda at this architectural gem and site of enslavement just off King’s Square. Our short film and engaging exhibits span 400 years: from the wreck of the Sea Venture and early settlement, to the role St. George’s played in the US Civil War, to being a living UNESCO-inscribed town today! Enjoy Globe’s garden with a view of St. Peter’s Church. Browse books, handmade crafts and other local merch in our museum shop: Trustworthy. Your purchases and donations support Bermuda National Trust’s heritage mission and our work in the World Heritage Site!

Sorry, Tucker House Museum—our sister site at 5 Water Street in St. George's—is closed for conservation and curation. Thanks for your patience while we re-imagine the museum experience!

Hours: Trust Museums hours are always online at

Location: 32 York Street, St. George’s. Get here by ferry, bus, taxi or your rental vehicle.

Experience: Your visit is self-guided. Buy a $10 copy of Globe Museum: The Story of a House to enhance your visit and take home!

Accessibility: Globe’s ground floor exhibits and Trustworthy shop are wheelchair accessible, while the upstairs exhibits are not.

Restrooms: Across King’s Square behind Town Hall, with baby changing station.

Admission: BNT and INTO Places members are FREE. Suggested admission donations: $5 adults, $2 children.


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