Also known as Mission House, the National Trust House brings visitors back to a much earlier time in island history by allowing them to explore a home that three prominent families were known to inhabit over the years.
The house is a traditional two story Caymanian home set among both dry and wetlands, and is known to have been living in during the 18th and 19th centuries. The tour gives guests an oral history of the area and the families who lived there, and there are many genuine artifacts to view that were once owned by the Watler Family who lived in the home for 77 years.
After touring the home you can stop by the gift shop to purchase refreshments, crafts, and children's toys.
Blossom Village is a good option for those wishing to visit National Trust House, since travelers to this region of the Cayman Islands will be pleased to have easy museum access for the duration of their trip. With just a few accommodations in the region surrounding the museum, only a little foot traffic might be bargained for.
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Those visiting National Trust House seeking additional activities will be interested in Blossom Village Beach, a beach in the neighborhood, and a terrific location for those seeking a little fun in the sun.
The House is open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and the last tour leaves at noon.
Guided tours of the property cost around $7.50 for adults and $3.50(USD) for children. Reservations for these tours are recommended.
Phone Number: (345) 749-1123
Location: 63 Gun Square, Blossom Village, Little Cayman
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