Mission House is a historic home that dates back to the 18th century, and has known to have been used by missionaries and teachers throughout the years. Today, the house has been made into a museum that showcases relics which tell the tale of how life was lived on the Cayman Islands centuries ago.
Along with housing a small resource room and the Cayman Islands National Archive, Mission House retains some of the original decor from past owners, allowing todays guest to get a feel for how life has been on the island for generations.
Located on a parcel of both dry and wetland, the Mission House is a traditional two story Caymanian home.
Grand Cayman is a good option for those wishing to visit Mission House, because those staying in this region of the Cayman Islands will have the benefit of easy site access for the duration of their trip. With just a few hotels around the neighborhood surrounding Mission House, only a little foot movement can be predicted.
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When guests have had enough history for one day, they will find several restaurants in the surrounding area. Wendy's Bodden Town are some of the other nearby lunch and dinner possibilities. At Wendy's Bodden Town you and your companions might eat some American fare and enjoy the culture of the Cayman Islands.is a wonderful locale to have a bite to eat before visiting this historical site, and offers convenient access to it. and
Mission House hours are 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and reservations are recommended.
Adults pay CI$5 and children pay CI$2.50 to enter the Mission House.
Phone Number: (345) 749-1121
FAX: (345) 749-1135
Location: 63 Gun Square, Bodden Town, Grand Cayman
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