Friday, November 28, 2014

Bermuda: Bermuda Historical Society Museum - Hamilton

Bermuda Historical Society Museum
Hamilton, Bermuda

N 32° 17.569 W 064° 47.173

Short Description: 

The Bermuda Historical Society Museum is located at 13 Queen Street, Hamilton, Bermuda.

Long Description:

Bermuda Historical Society Museum is a repository for a collection of important historical documents and artifacts about the history of Bermuda including a collection of coins and silver items made by local silversmiths.

Rubber Tree
The Georgian style house was once the home of William B Perot, who was Bermuda's first Post Master General. The two story structure has a wrap-around balcony, supported by green posts, on the second floor. An extension to the north side of the building is now the home of the Bermuda library. The front yard has a huge rubber tree planted by William Perot in 1847.

Hours of Operation: 

Monday through Saturday: 10 am to 2 pm
Sunday - Closed

Admission is free. Donations are accepted.

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