The BNT Museum at the Globe Hotel
- Last Updated: Wednesday, 03 October 2018 17:12
Built by Governor Samuel Day, the Globe Hotel dates from c. 1700. It is one of the oldest stone buildings in Bermuda.
The Bermuda National Trust Museum is housed here, featuring a video presentation and gift shop on the main floor and permanent exhibit upstairs. The offices of the Confederate agent, Major Norman Walker, were housed here during the American Civil War (1861-1865), which makes this significant historic building a most appropriate site for the permanent exhibit Rogues & Runners: Bermuda and the American Civil War. Our video presentation, Bermuda: Centre of the Atlantic, features rarely-seen paintings and documents in telling the story of Bermuda and the forces which shaped her history. The Trustworthy Gift Shop is also a great place to find that unusal present or keepsake. Stop in on your next visit to St. George's, a UNESCO World Heritage Site!
Location: 32 Duke of York Street, St. George's
Phone: (441) 297 1423
Bus Routes: 1, 3, 10, 11
Ferry to St. George’s: Apr-Nov only, orange route
Hours of Operation: Wednesday & Thursday 11am - 3pm
All BNT Museums are closed on Public Holidays.
All historic houses can be opened for a private tour by appointment with Dr. Dörte Horsfield firstname.lastname@example.org. Fee for a one hour long private tour is $50.00.
Entrance fee for visits to Verdmont, Globe Hotel and Tucker House is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for students. Combo Tickets are available for $10.00 at the above historic sites and also at Waterville in Paget. These tickets provide three museum entrances for the price of two!