Connect to Bermuda’s Past

Through our exhibits, programmes, and activities, we promote a better understanding of the 500 years of Bermuda’s diverse past.

Temporary Exhibits:

Opening:  June 7th, 2024

New Exhibit:

Alternative Voices: A Perspective on Contemporary Art from the Azores

Featuring Artwork by Susana Alexio Lopes, Leonor Almeida Pereira, and Filipe Franco

Like Bermuda, the Azores is an isolated archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean. Migrations of people from the Azores to Bermuda have woven a fabric of intertwined histories and cultural exchanges. Through a series of sculptures and visual compositions, three Azorean artists explore themes of land, sea, nostalgia, and renewal.

This exhibition is a celebration of the artistic culture of the Azores and an opportunity to (re)consider the cultural ties between our archipelagos and our shared Atlantic identity.

Alternative Voices is a part of NMB’s commemoration of the 175th anniversary of the arrival of the first Portuguese immigrants at Bermuda.

Now Showing:  

New Exhibit: FAMILY (Fam, I Love You)

A Solo Exhibition by Jayde Gibbons

Through a collection of intimate and candid portraits, Jayde Gibbons explores the enduring power of family bonds in the face of profound sorrow and bereavement. Her photographs chronicle poignant moments from five local funerals and celebrations of life. FAMILY (FAM, I Love You) is her artistic response to NMB’s Bermuda Family Scrapbook.

Learn More

2023 Dr. Reg Grundy Youth Photography Winners

Don’t miss the chance to view the 2023 winners’ captivating work on the 2nd floor of Commissioner’s House. 

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