Saint George

Tucker Family Museum

  • Saint George, Bermuda
  • 5 Water St, St. George's, St. George's Parish 
  • + (441) 297-0545 
    Tucker Family Museum was built in the 1750s on the main street of the city of St. George. Today, the house museum is part of the Bermuda National Fund. Here are preserved furniture and other interior objects and devices, including antiques - Hand-embroidered quilts, mahogany furniture.

    Tucker family played a huge role in the history not only of Bermuda, but the whole of England and America. Henry Tucker and his family lived in this house since 1775. He was appointed from 1775 to 1807 President of the Council of Heads of Bermuda. Younger brother Henry Tucker served for many years secretary of Queen Anne.

    In the kitchen at home Tucker lived and worked slave from South Carolina - Joseph Rainey, who later became the first African American in the US House of Representatives.
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