Commissioners House

A selection of images from Commissioners House in Bermuda. Feel free to publish our photography on your site - but please note publishing guidelines.

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One of the island’s most important buildings is the Commissioner’s House. The Georgian house from the 1820’s is thought to be the first cast-iron structure built in the world. It was restored and saved from dereliction by the restoration of the museum and consists of a ground floor made of limestone and brick rooms dedicated to the island’s military history; and two floors featuring mahogany mouldings where exhibits off Bermuda art.

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