The St. George's Historical Society Museum is situated in one of Bermuda's oldest buildings. Constructed during the 1930s, the building has retained its historic air, which makes it the ideal setting to house St. George's Historical Society.
The museum is home to a fine collection of historic items that help illustrate the history of the island. When visiting, you can expect to see axe heads, whaling implements, and items associated with everyday life on the island. The building is also a fascinating example of 18th century Bermudian architecture and is sure to be an intriguing aspect of your visit.
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