Maintained by the Bermuda National Trust and tucked away on a quaint cobblestone lane in historic St. George's, this 1750s-era cottage was once the home of Bermuda's Tucker family—most notably Henry Tucker, who was then the President of the Governor's Council. In it, you'll find collections of family silver, china, and crystal; antique English mahogany and Bermuda cedar furniture; and period family portraits and hand-sewn quilts. While you're there head, to the kitchen to see the Rainey Exhibit, where a freed black slave named Joseph Rainey once operated a barbershop from 1862 to 1865 after escaping the South during the American Civil War (in 1866 he returned to the Carolinas, where he eventually became the first African-American to be sworn into the U.S. House of Representatives).