For over four decades the National Museum has been a steward of Bermuda’s cultural heritage. The artifacts in our collections document the development of Bermuda over five centuries, the everyday lived experience of locals, and the connections Bermuda has with the wider Atlantic World.
The global Covid-19 pandemic reshaped the way we live and left an indelible mark on each of us. As we navigated the pandemic, we realized we were living history and in April 2020, to capture and document the lived experience of our community, the Museum launched United Together: Sharing Bermuda’s Covid-19 Pandemic Stories. This crowdsourcing project aimed at collecting electronic mementoes of people’s experiences and allowed us to collect history as it was lived, something we have always wanted to do.
The following gallery presents some of the many images and stories that were submitted to the United Together Archive project.
Experience the stories of Bermuda’s past—all housed in the island’s largest fort.
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