Bermuda Maritime Museum is situated at the Dockyard at the tip of Bermuda. The whole area is well worth a visit with lots to see & do. Although the museum is not interactive I personally found all the displays very interesting & learnt a lot about Bermuda which I had not previously known. I particularly found the history of slavery exhbition interesting. In addition there are plenty of other things to do at the Dockyard apart from the Museum, lots of tax free shopping, good eating places & bars, and great views. I have to say I wasn't keen on seeing the dolphins in such a small pool, I had a quick look & swiftly left, not really my thing.
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