With its traditional "welcoming arms" staircase, antique cedar furnishings and period artifacts throughout, this living history museum is fashioned to resemble a working Bermudian home in the early 1700s. On display: centuries-old cooking tools in the original stone kitchen, a working replica of the printing press invented by Johannes Gutenberg in Germany in the 1450s, a letter from George Washington, and Native American ax heads (some early settlers on St. David’s Island were Native Americans, mainly Pequot). Particularly lovely: the fragrant herb gardens in the backyard.