Devonshire Marsh (Marsh Lane)

The Trust is deeply concerned by the continuing unregulated development at Devonshire Marsh. The practice of dumping and filling the marsh with excavated material is considered “development” under the 1974 Development and Planning Act and requires planning approval. "Cowboy dumping" or dumping without planning approval is having damaging results on conservation areas zoned as Agricultural and Nature Reserve. Heightened enforcement and awareness of dumping regulations are needed to address this serious issue. The Trust is working with Conservation Services and the Minister of the Environment to resolve the problem.

Museums

In the National Trust’s care are 70 properties, covering 250 acres and representing much of the best of Bermuda’s heritage. Learn more about Bermuda's unique architectural...

Town of St. George

For residents and visitors alike, St. George’s is a “must see” on your list of things to do in Bermuda. Founded in 1612, the Town of St. George's has the distinction of being the oldest...

Photo Gallery

Nothing compares to Bermuda's beautiful architecture and nature reserves. Explore the different properties, houses, reserves and events of the Bermuda National Trust.

Gift Membership

Purchase a gift membership (Membership begins/ends October 1st). Show you care by giving a Bermuda National Trust Membership. It's a great gift idea for birthdays, retirement...

For Teachers

The National Trust's nature reserves and historical homes offer unique learning experiences outside of the classroom. To make it easier for you to use these venues...

Volunteer

The Bermuda National Trust relies heavily on volunteers – in fact, we could not operate without them! We run a series of volunteer programmes and are always looking for new recruits.

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