National Art Gallery
The 19th century relic in the heart of Georgetown was once known as Castellani
House, named after the designer of this impressive building. Ceaser Castellani was
one of the most talented architects in British Guiana in the mid-1800s. This was
originally designed as a residence for the government botanist, George Samuel
Jenman, but later became the Official Residence for Prime Minister Forbes Burnham.
It reopened in 1993 as the National Gallery with more than 700 works of art from all
over the world.
Timings: 10am-4pm (Mon-Fri) Entry Fee: Free