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Verdmont Historic House Museum

6 Verdmont Lane, off Collector's Hill, Bermuda
+1 441-236-7369
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Worth checking out.

This is off the beaten path, but was nearby for us so we were curious. The tour is $5 and... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
Valerie H
Have a look at a real Georgian Bermuda home!

Verdmont is located in Smith's Parish. You do need transportation to get here; bus or scooter. The... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2016
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This historic home showcases antique furniture and china.
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6 Verdmont Lane, off Collector's Hill, Bermuda
+1 441-236-7369
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Reviewed 23 July 2017

This is off the beaten path, but was nearby for us so we were curious. The tour is $5 and partially self guided but the "curator" is very knowledgeable and available for questions. It takes about an hour. I believe it's the first house built...More

Thank Valerie H
Reviewed 20 May 2016

Verdmont is located in Smith's Parish. You do need transportation to get here; bus or scooter. The salmon colored home is located on a hill with an absolutely gorgeous view of the South Shore. You actually enter the house through the back. It is furnished...More

1  Thank bluize36
Reviewed 28 June 2015

Verdmont is an amazingly beautiful museum home. We spent a little over an hour there. Admission is $5 per adult which we were happy to pay to support this beautiful structure. It is definitely out of the way, but the bus stops at the end...More

2  Thank andyandsueinNJ
Reviewed 24 June 2014

If you love history you'll want to take the time and effort to tour this big, lovely home in Smith's Parish. We started on the 3rd floor where there is a lot of background information and a great display and made our way down where...More

1  Thank MLKen
Reviewed 9 June 2013

Your image of National Trust properties, certainly in England, may be fusty old buildings with long corridors full of slowly moving queues and hundreds of pieces of furniture that after the first five minutes you cannot recall one from the other. This place is different....More

3  Thank Katie906
Reviewed 3 January 2013

This remarkable, beautifully situated house is basically unchanged since the early 1700s and contains a wide collection of Bermudian antiques. Our tour started with a fairly short overview of the property and its history from the docent, after which we were left on our own...More

2  Thank ColmEFabio
Reviewed 4 April 2012

FINALLY got in to see this (i've tried, twice, and both times missed its 'open' hours) Sunday and found it an interesting view of what 'grand living' was like in Bermuda's hey days. I'm grateful to the Ntl. Trust for preserving such a homestead, complete...More

3  Thank Wanderlassie
Reviewed 1 March 2009

If you only see one Bermuda National Trust museum, make it this one. Verdmont is an historic plantation built in 1710 and still has a lot of original features, including objects from the families that lived there. The house is on top of a hill...More

4  Thank Spence1980
Reviewed 7 September 2005

Unchanged for almost 300 years, It's an amazing time capsule to the past. Certainly worth the $5 admission fee. Go early if you have questions becasue it's staffed by one person.

2  Thank icsamerica
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