National Museum of Bermuda

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The Bermuda Maritime Museum had opened in 1974 on one of the largest forts in Bermuda. The museum was established to bring forth the maritime and history of the island of Bermuda. The museum had been renamed to the National Museum of Bermuda in 2009. The museum publishes books on a frequent basis relating to the history of the country. The museum includes the commissioner's house and the ramparts. The exhibits include the defense heritage, role of forces in both the World Wars, etc. The main building's first floor showcases the history, while the upper floor showcases artifacts, art work, material items depicting things relating Bermuda. They do have an admission fee, but it is free in the month of February for all local folk.

Location:  Maritime Lane, The Keep

Business hours:  Mo-Fr 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Sa-Su 9:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.