At the National Museum of Bermuda, there is a wide range of resources available to assist with teaching the local schools curriculum and Bermuda history.
- Curatorial research files on many aspects of Bermuda history and maritime heritage including local shipwrecks and vessels, piloting, early settlement, shipbuilding, slavery, the salt trade, fortification, building of Dockyard, migration and defence of Bermuda to name a few
- Corange Library— a reference library related to maritime history
- Digital image database— access to thousands of images relating to Bermuda’s history and cultural heritage
- Digital scholarly and popular articles on Bermuda’s history
Access is by appointment with two weeks notice.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1(441) 234 1333. Please note that we will need a minimum of 2 weeks notice.
Prudent Rebels Lecture at Bermuda College