Bandstands at the Seawall
A red-roofed bandstand with wrought iron railings stands near the Seawall in Georgetown. It was built as a memorial to Queen Victoria in 1903. Bandstands were a common feature of British Guyanese architecture. You can see several of them in the city, including the Promenade Gardens and Botanical Gardens.
Timings: Dawn to dusk ; Entry Fee: Free