What We Do

In the Trust’s care are 82 properties, covering some 277 acres and representing much of the best of Bermuda’s heritage – an incredible variety of traditional houses, nature reserves, islands, gardens, cemeteries, farmland and coastline. The Trust’s historic homes display an outstanding collection of artefacts made or owned by Bermudians, including cedar furniture, silver, maps and paintings, all contributing to the intriguing story of our island’s development. We are also a leading advocate for Bermuda’s natural and cultural heritage on a national level.

The Trust has a strong education programme, focused on encouraging appreciation of our unique culture and history. Over 3,000 children participate annually in our curriculum-linked school programme. Additionally we offer teacher training workshops and holiday camp programmes. We are also a leading advocate and activist for Bermuda’s natural environment.