Set on a hillside about one mile east of Swing Bridge, Carter House is believed to be the oldest dwelling place on St. David’s Island, at least 350 years old. It’s now a museum dedicated to the life and values of the people of St. David’s, one of the most rugged and hardy districts of Bermuda. The museum houses exhibitions on the history of whaling, piloting, fishing, and farming and various artifacts of Bermudian life are displayed here, including a 13-foot dinghy once used for turtle fishing, dolls and children’s toys crafted from palmetto leaves, and artifacts and paneling crafted from Bermuda cedar. Whatever you do, don’t miss the “Settler’s Cabben,” an exact replica of a 1612-era Bermuda home, which was built with the very same tools and techniques that settlers would’ve used in the 17th-century.