Hotel Opus Building Georgetown Guyana

Location

GTT Mobile Office 2 mins
Brickdam Cathedral 2 mins
Home and Beyond Mall 5 mins
Stabroek Market 6 mins
Balwant Singh Hospital 8 mins
The Guyana Marriott 10 mins
Botanical Gardens 6 mins

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48 Croal Street,
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592-223-0301


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The top things to do in Georgetown!

  St. George's Cathedral "The St. George Cathedral is according to record Guinness the largest wood structure in the world."  "It is an absolutely stunning wooden cathedral, take time to see the structure, the modern and traditional are joined so well". St. George Cathedral
 
  Brickdam Cathedral heritage site that displays the rich culture of Guyana. Located five (5) minutes walk from the Hotel. This is one of the larger Catholic churches in Guyana, with outstanding design and history. Brickdam Cathedral
   
  Castellani House Formerly the President’s residence, this unique wooden building is now used as our local Art gallery, and has hosted many fine local pieces done by Guyana’s most talented artists and sculptors.  Castellani House
   
  Georgetown Seawall A “to be seen” feature in Georgetown. This wall protects the coastline from the great Atlantic ocean, since Georgetown is 6 feet below the sea level. A wonder of Dutch architecture and engineering.  Georgetown Seawall
   
  Georgetown City Hall This building is indeed a piece of Georgetown history. Built in 1889, City hall is the home of the offices of the Mayor of Georgetown, the City Council and the City Engineer, and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. Although in dire need of repairs, you can still the detailed wood work City Hall
 
  Guyana National Museum "The only main museum in Guyana. There are not an overwhelming number of exhibits but worth the visit.  No ticket necessary but donations welcome." Guyana National Museum
 
  Promenade Gardens One of the two(2) most beautiful gardens in Guyana, located on 185 acres of Land formerly known and Plantation Vlissengen, now entered through Vlissengen Road to the West of the Garden, which also houses the Zoological park and recently constructed petting zoo.
Botanical Gardens
 
  Stabroek Market One of Georgetown’s major landmarks, and a piece of history and architecture, while getting a feel of the local culture. Not forgetting the access top fresh fruits, vegetables and fish.
Stabroek Market
 
  Demerara Harbour Bridge "A two mile floating bridge across the river.  A great site seeing opportunity when in Guyana. The sites, scenery and fresh air are all breath taking and gives you a great feel of Guyanese history and architecture.' Demerara Harbour Bridge
 
  Botanical Gardens "This is the largest Garden in Georgetown and includes the Guyana zoo in it. There's tons of space to go take a walk, ride a bike, play a sport or have a picnic. There are more trees than there are flowers unlike the Promenade gardens but it is still a pretty place that shows off Guyana's lush environment." Guyana Botanical Gardens
 
  Georgetown Lighthouse  "The climb up the stairs is interesting and the views from the top are great. You can see St George's Cathedral in the distance, the river and the ocean. Note:  In order to get access, you need to obtain permission to enter at the transport ministry."  Georgetown Lighthouse
 
  Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology "This small museum, in the heart of the capital city, Georgetown is a must if you are interested in the cultural history and anthropology of Guyana." Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology
 
  Parliament Building of Guyana "As most of the constructions in Georgetown, this is another wood structure, a big one in the heart of the city. Together with the Cathedral, this is one of the must see building in Georgetown." Parliament Building of Guyana
 
  St. Andrews Kirk "This lovely immaculate looking building from the exterior is the oldest church in Georgetown, opened for public worship on 2 September 1818, & named by the Scottish who helped fund its completion. It still has regular worship every Sunday morning & late noon. It was nominated for a UNESCO World Heritage List." St. Andrew's Kirk
 
  Pandama Retreat & Winery "After tasting some wines and engaging in conversation we walked to the creek and without any hesitation my friends went into the water.I followed after watching them for about five minutes . The black water was cool and mesmerizing!The sound of our voices was the only thing that broke the quiet." Wine Bottles
   
  National Library "The architecture of the National Library of Guyana takes you back to the days when Guyana was under the British Rule.In addition to the excellent books available this library really takes you back in time and gives you that old-fashioned feeling of yesteryear!" National Library of Guyana
   
       

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