Miss Lassie's House - Grand Cayman - Cayman Islands
After a visionary experience, Miss Gladwyn Bush began painting prolifically on the walls, windows, and furnishings of her home. Her work is a reflection of her life, both secular and religious. Completed in 1881, the house is perfect example of traditional building methods.
Constructed of wattle and daub, the floors are made from local pine and the foundations have been hewn from the famous Cayman Ironwood tree. Guided tours run from 10am to 11am on the second and fourth Saturday of each month and can be arranged through the Cayman National Cultural Foundation on +1 345 949 5477 or email@example.com