Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology, Georgetown

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3.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
Visit Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology to gain insight into the lives of Guyana's earliest settlers. Housed in a wooden building constructed in the 1800s, the museum features two floors of exhibits dedicated to the cultural heritage of Guyana. This institutions was founded on archaeological collections of Dr. Denis Williams and ethnographical collections of Dr. Walter Roth. Books, pottery, paintings, and tools provide an important look into Guyanese culture. Put Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology into our Georgetown travel itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Georgetown.
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  • This is probably one of the best museums in the country. Has a lot of Rico and is well-accessible and located.
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  • This one of a kind museum is a definite MUST SEE. Cultural and Social history is displayed and even the museum tour guides are so welcoming. 
  • Lovely Museum, which gives the visitor a look at the original tribes of Guyana. One can learn about the nine tribes and view artwork and sculptures by local artistes. Centrally located it's a nice pla...  read more »
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