The building is worth a short visit. Located on Church Street which is an up hill walk from the ferry terminal and then turn right on Church Street and across from the mall. For art lovers go up the staircase to reach the Bermuda National Gallery. Built in 1960 and visited by Queen Elizabeth 2 in1975. Sometimes there are events...
We only visited the first floor which housed Bermuda art work and other exhibits....while we were there a tour group came in so were able to listen to part of the tour guide's history behind the building, the art and exhibits - was a good visit.
We were greeted by an Assistant to the Mayor and given a wonderful information tour of the public areas of the building. Was able to see the Mayor's office with it's set up for city business meetings. Learned how the local city council works. People in Bermuda are kind, generous and very friendly. Loved the country
For a $5.00 admission you receive personal attention and information about the exhibits as well as an offer to hold any packages you might be carrying (very convenient). Many of the works are on permanent exhibit. A current exhibit: Marking Territory: A Focus on Bermuda’s Landscape included many beautiful, interesting En Plein Air works. There are also beautiful sculptures and...
This is a small museum that we literally ran into while we were exploring the town. The works aren't plentiful but the staff has a great deal of information and clearly take enormous pride in those displayed.