Really found the Rogues and Runners museum super interesting and learned a lot. It's a small museum so perfect if you don't like to spend lots of time in a museum. A nice change from tourist shops.
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You can purchase a single ticket or add'l ones for other local buildings. Lots to see and read after a nice lunch nearby.
We just popped in here for a look, but show was starting so we paid $5 each and enjoyed the movie and the tour. Nice little shop too! Was very interesting to look around and not too long.
This little museum is worth a visit if you like history. My husband was fascinated by the role Bermuda played in the US Civil War. He read and watched every possible thing in the museum and then we spent some time talking with the young...More
This charming little museum turned out to be a big surprise...lovely volunteer working there convinced us to stay and explore the upstairs. For $5 per person, this is a must see to learn about the relationship between Bermuda and the Southern States during the Civil...More
This museum housed in the former Globe Hotel is all about Bermuda's role in the American Civil War and how Blockade Runners turned tiny St George into a boom town during the period. It's interesting how much Great Brittain depended on the Southern States and...More
The building where the museum is located was the headquarters to Confederate States of America agents. The island of Bermuda was On the route from and to England from Charleston South Carolina. Running the Union blockades was a risky business so Bermuda was a transfer...More
This charming house has a fascinating so try to tell, about the American Civil War. I had now idea the island was involved in supporting the South. The displays are very informative too. A word of warning: during summer month National Trust opening hours are...More
This is my second visit. After buying the Marie Celeste perfume from the Bermuda Perfumery a few month ago I decided to go again with a new insight into blockade running. Definitely worth a visit (or two!)
The museum itself is a bit small, but wonderfully informative. It was also a nice respite from the throngs of tourists milling about outside. This particular museum focuses on Bermuda and its support of the Confederacy during the Civil War. It is only $5, and...More