St George's Historical Society Museum
St. George’s Historical Society Museum and Printery at Mitchell House, in the town of St. George, is regularly open to the public and offers unique educational experiences on request.
Built in the early 1700’s, Mitchell House is a classic example of early Bermudian vernacular architecture and is home to the St. George’s Historical Society Museum, one of the island’s oldest museums. The traditional welcoming-arms entranceway, outside water tank, kitchen garden, period furnishings and artwork date from Bermuda’s early years. The house was once home to Isabella Archer, a successful free black tavern owner, and at one time was used as a school house. It is owned and maintained by members of the St. George’s Historical Society.
The Museum is located at the corner of Featherbed Alley and (Duke of) Kent Street. The front entrance gate is on Duke of Kent Street. Demonstrations take place in the Printery every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. These are included with general admission to the Museum, which is $5.00.
April - November Hours: Mon - Thurs & Sat, 10am - 4pm
January - March Hours: Wed & Sat, 10am - 4pm