Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology
A small museum in a breezy old building with lots of Amerindian items from Guyana's nine tribes.
Offers bargain day trips to the Essequibo River, including Santa Mission (G$16,000).
A long-running, reliable company with tons of itinerary choices all around the country, including specialty tours such as fishing and...
Sidewalk Café and Jazz Club
At the Hotel Ariantze this is an ambient place for a drink any night, or live jazz Thursday nights.
Stop in for lunch to dine on local specialties like pepper pot and ox heel soup. It's in a relatively dodgy area so take a taxi.
cnr Main & New Market Sts · interesting places nearby
State House information
Built in 1825, the State House is the president's official residence. The building's design features the Demerara shutters that are typical of Georgetown's colonial architecture.