The Museum has hosted land and marine archaeology field schools for over 35 years. Students, guided by their professors, have mapped extensive parts of Bermuda’s reefs for cultural heritage structures and, recorded and excavated Bermuda’s historic shipwrecks and land structures, including forts and homes. Much of the archaeological work carried out in Bermuda would not have been possible without field schools.
At the Museum, field schools can take advantage of onsite accommodation, a library, classrooms and lab.
Contact the Curatorial Department if you are associated with a University or an archaeological institution and interested in conducting a marine or land archaeology field school in Bermuda.