Georgetown City Hall, Georgetown

#6 of 7 in Historic Sites in Guyana
Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Visitors interested in Guyanese history and architecture rarely miss Georgetown City Hall, a grand 19th-century Gothic building housing the offices of the mayor. The timber structure and notable spire ensure the building's pride of place among citizens. Pass by for a glimpse into Guyana's colonial period, or step inside for a chance to climb the elaborately carved mahogany staircase, arguably the building's finest feature. By using our Georgetown day trip app, you can arrange your visit to Georgetown City Hall and other attractions in Georgetown.
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  • The City Hall with its tower, spire, turrets, columns is a fanciful piece of gothic architecture and definitely one of the most attractive buildings in Georgetown. Unfortunately it is also in a state....  more »
  • the architecture is said to be one of the finest in the carribeans. I agree and it is one of the most beautiful in Guyana  more »
  • This beautiful old building and landmark is in a terrible condition. It should be repaired before it collapses and is lost forever. Georgetown does not have innumerable notable sights - St...  more »

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