Housed in the former home of William B. Perot—Bermuda's first Postmaster General, for whom the neighboring post office is named—this eclectic collection of artifacts, paintings, tools, and trinkets is a perfect stop after a quiet walk through adjacent Par-la-Ville Park in Hamilton. View portraits, the sea chest, and the navigating lodestone of Sir George Somers, the sea captain who survived the 1609 wreck of the Sea Venture, which resulted in the island's first settlers. You'll also see wooden tools made by exiled Second Boer War prisoners in 1901 and 1902, and a vast collection of cedar furniture, antique silver, and 17th-century Bermudian coins, once called "Hog money.