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Tucker House Museum

5 Water St, St. George, Bermuda
+1 441-297-0545
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A look into the history of a famous and influential colonial family: exhibits furniture, silver, and portraits belonging to the Tucker family.
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“cedar wood” (2 reviews)
“artifacts” (2 reviews)
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5 Water St, St. George, Bermuda
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+1 441-297-0545
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This house dates back to the 1700s and contains great examples of cedarwood furniture. Each room is packed with items and there is a file in each room containing a pages of information for each item.

Thank AlisonCNIreland
Reviewed 9 January 2017

Tucker House Museum offers so much history of the island of Bermuda and is located in St. George surrounded by shops. A must see place to visit.

Thank G R
Reviewed 15 December 2016

Historic Connection to Colonial Williamsburg, VA. Not open all the time, so call ahead to get the hours. Has an interesting history back to the 1700s. Was the ancestral home of St. George Tucker who later settled in Williamsburg. Lots of Tucker history here. Very...More

Thank Bear H
Reviewed 9 April 2016

A beautifully kept small museum which is a great example of an early house, originally built as a Sea Captains house, then right by the sea, but now set back from the shore slightly. Now owned by the Bermudan National Trust, they kindly honoured our...More

Thank Michael W
Reviewed 23 March 2016

We thoroghly enjoyed our tour of the Tucker House in St Georges. Go on a Satruday so you can have Ajai Peets lead the tour. Her knowledge of the house was impressive and her enthusiasm was infectious. This young woman will go on to make...More

2  Thank joanns58
Reviewed 2 March 2016

Excellent docent who shared with us much of the history of this place. Beautiful cedar wood furniture -- sweet sweet three sided crib with very old christening gown on display. Be sure to go to the basement -- some excellent info and artifacts there.

1  Thank BostonYaYa
Reviewed 3 November 2015

A truly excellent old house, and very accessible. Most places like this have the rooms roped off so you can just peer in from the halls, but this house is small enough that it's not possible so you can go right up to stuff and...More

2  Thank Travels_with_Alex63
Reviewed 23 September 2015

Wonderful woman was great to talk to and hear the history of the house and Bermuda. Going out to the court yard and into the under side of the hose was great also

Thank David Y
Reviewed 25 July 2015

This home tells a lot about the life and times of people in the early days of St. Georges. Loved looking at the period furniture and housewares.

Thank luvstogetaway
Reviewed 15 March 2015

When I visited, there was a young man on the door who took my admission fee ($5). He told me that there were folders in the rooms to read if I wanted information, handed me a leaflet, and told me which direction to head in....More

1  Thank ElizabethJK
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