The National Museum of Bermuda is a world-class facility that preserves Bermuda's rich cultural and historical heritage. The museum is home to more than 75,000 objects, so its holdings are quite extensive. Because Bermuda was an integral maritime stop, many of the exhibits relate to the island's maritime history.
The National Museum of Bermuda features extensive collections of antique maps, majolica, jewelry, photographs, memorabilia, and more. Its exhibit showcasing artifacts obtained from the sea is especially popular with visitors. Other celebrated exhibits include its Bermuda coin collection, history of tourism on the island, and the Bermuda slave trade.
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