• On Monday February 27th and Tuesday February 28th there will be a one lane closure from North Shore Dock Hill to Barker's Hill roundabout to allow for resurfacing of the road.



The Bermuda Archives collects, protects, and makes available, records of the Bermuda Government and private collections which have enduring historical and cultural value.

What do they do?

The collections holdings span almost the entire 400 year history of the Island.  Its records include:

  • Legislative Records
  • Parish Records
  • Probate Records
  • Slave Registers
  • Maps, plans and charts
  • Paintings and photographs
  •  Journals
  • The Corporations of Hamilton and St. George’s Records
  • Anglican, Methodist, and Presbyterian Church Records

Read the Department of Archives’ Public Access to Information statement.

How can I contact the Bermuda Archives with general inquiries? 

The staff does not conduct extensive private research but will spend up to half an hour with general enquires.

Telephone: (441) 297-7737


By mail or in person:

Basement, Government Administration Building

30 Parliament Street

Hamilton, HM 12