History
 

Monsters, ghosts and zombies and the stories they tell (Part II) | October 19, 2020

In preparation for my previous post on ghost hunting and storytelling, I immersed myself in...
History
 

Monsters, ghosts and zombies and the stories they tell (Part I) | October 12, 2020

Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they...
History
 

Breezy conditions ahead | September 18, 2020

Intense storms and hurricanes have impacted civilizations in the Atlantic World for millennia and are...
Collections
 

From the Collections: “Stalactite Caves in St. George’s” | September 9, 2020

Fraught with meaning, mystery, imagination, and history, caves have held a unique place in the minds of humans for millennia....
Collections
 

Memories are made of this | August 12, 2020

This paper was originally presented at the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs Bermudian Heartbeats...
Behind the Scenes
 

Regiment on the front lines of COVID-19 | August 6, 2020

Andy first started working for NMB as a volunteer intern in 2018 and was recently...
History
 

Cup Match: The People’s Holiday | July 29, 2020

On November 6, 1946, Bermuda parliamentarians were embroiled in an impassioned debate about a subject...
Education
 

NMB Early Years Programme | June 29, 2020

Many locals will recall the ‘little blue book’ of Bermuda’s history: a quaint illustrated short...
Education
 

National Museum of Bermuda Webinar Focuses on Transatlantic Slave Trade | June 24, 2020

By knowing our past, we are better equipped to confront the issues of the present,...
History
 

The Theatre Boycott | June 18, 2020

Bermuda has a unique history of segregation. In 1834, the Bermuda House of Assembly completed...
History
 

At Home on the Water | June 10, 2020

Bermuda Day this year has been different to say the least. Thanks to the efforts...
History
 

An Enchanted Pile of Rocks | May 21, 2020

At the outbreak of the pandemic access to supplies was at the forefront of many...
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