Get an inside look at one of the best-preserved historic homes on the island. Verdmont Historic House and Gardens was built circa 1710 and remained a private residence until 1951, when it was sold to the Bermuda National Trust; today, the Georgian-style house remains largely unchanged. Now a museum, you can explore the original parlour, drawing rooms and bedrooms, which contain period furniture made from Bermuda cedar. Relics include portraits by former resident John Green, English and Chinese porcelain and a preserved child's nursery. The separate kitchen cottage is a stop on the African Diaspora Heritage Trail, and the gardens are filled with herbs, roses and fruit trees overlooking the South Shore. Open for Tours. Visit bnt.bm for more information and opening hours.
Adults $5, Children (6-18 years) $2; Combination Ticket to all three Trust museums $10