This long-established gallery displays antiques and collectibles, old Bermudian items, original paintings, and Bermuda-made crafts. It contains a studio belonging to Jill Amos Raine, a well-known Bermudian watercolor artist. The house, constructed in the 1690s, was home to several of the colony's governors. Its most colorful owner was Bridger Goodrich, a Loyalist from Virginia, whose privateers once blockaded Chesapeake Bay. So devoted was he to the king that he sabotaged Bahamian vessels trading with the American colonies.