Pedro St. James Historic Site is a living heritage museum, re-creating life on Grand Cayman in the 18th century. An impressive three-story building of stone and wood, Pedro St. James was built by an English plantation farmer in the late 18th century. Known locally as ‘the castle,' today the restored house is furnished with period details and surrounded by landscaped grounds.
A visit to the great house includes a multi-sensory 3D presentation outlining the history of Pedro St. James and the Cayman Islands.
Pretty comprehensive tour of the island... would have liked to check out some of the other buildings in Hell... lunch was great... very interesting and pleasant day away from the beach...
Our guide was knowledgeable and friendly it was a good way to start the trip and decide what we wanted to do from there.
We had a great time on the tour. We liked that there were only 8 of us. The driver was fun and knowledgeable. The lunch was a little funky. We felt we had a full view of Grand Cayman due to this tour.Thanks.
Pedro St. James Historic Site is set along the seashore, 20 minutes from George Town.