About National Museum of Bermuda
Explore more than 500 years of Bermuda’s history, from the settling of the island to its importance as a hub of shipping, sailing and boatmaking. The National Museum of Bermuda, formerly the Bermuda Maritime Museum, occupies several historic fortifications in the Royal Naval Dockyard, including the Commissioner’s House, Casemates Barracks and The Keep, Bermuda’s largest fort. Inside, you’ll see gold bars, jewellery and other treasures recovered from centuries-old shipwrecks by scuba diving archaeologists, or learn about the more than 90 forts around Bermuda in the Defence Heritage exhibit. And kids can crawl through a lighthouse and giant moray eel at the Museum Playground & Playhouse.
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Meeting & Conferences
With its colonial-era ramparts, soaring vaulted ceilings and walls adorned with priceless shipwreck artefacts, the National Museum of Bermuda offers a distinguished setting for meetings and corporate events. At the historic Commissioner’s House, you can book individual meeting rooms or the entire property. The Queen’s Exhibition Hall is ideal for cocktails or seated dinners, while the outdoor parade ground can accommodate more than 2,000 people for large, tented events.