Just north of the main shopping streets of George Town, sits a cluster of small white buildings which have long been an important part of Caymanian life and history.
Mr. Arthur’s print shop and home on the land-side of North Church Street, and his shop on the seafront, are national treasures, taking passers-by back to simpler times.
The shop recently celebrated its 125th anniversary, having survived numerous hurricanes and business competitors, as well as a brief hiatus during pandemic times.
Opened by Arthur Bodden in 1897 as a general store, it was passed down to his daughter Arthurlynn Scott in 1991 and she ran it until her passing in 2021.
Her niece Dr. Alexandra Bodden has now taken on this family legacy.

Stop in at this quaint spot for its ever-popular corned beef or tuna sandwich on your way from George Town to Seven Mile Beach.

Click here for Mr. Arthur’s map listing.