Who We Are
- Last Updated: Monday, 19 September 2016 17:17
The Bermuda National Trust is a charity, established in 1970 to preserve natural, architectural and historic treasures and to encourage public appreciation of them. Its forerunner was the Bermuda Historical Monuments Trust, working in conservation from 1937 to 1970.
The Trust’s programmes and activities are focused in the key areas of Preservation, Education and Advocacy. Its purpose is to ensure that Bermuda’s unique heritage remains protected for future generations.
Reciprocal agreements with National Trusts around the globe allow our members to freely visit the following sites:
Africa: National Trust of Zimbabwe
Asia: Japan National Trust
Caribbean: Barbados National Trust; BVI National Parks Trust; National Trust for the Cayman Islands; The Conservation Trust of Puerto Rico
Europe: National Trust for England, Wales and Northern Ireland; National Trust for Jersey; National Trust for Scotland; The Manx Museum and National Trust - Isle of Man; the Gelderland Trust for Historic Houses and the Gelderland Trust for National Beauty - Netherlands
Pacific: All Australian State and Territory National Trusts - Australia and Tasmania; National Trust for Fiji; New Zealand Historic Places Trust; Queen Elizabeth II National Trust - New Zealand