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The Guyana National Museum in Georgetown has a collection of flora and fauna, precious stones found in our land formation, archaeological findings, and examples of Amerindian arts and crafts. This museum is the largest and house most of our general artifacts.

Guyana National Museum was established on 13 February 1868. The idea of starting a museum was conceived by members of the Royal Agricultural and Commercial Society of British Guiana.

The Walter Roth Museum of Anthropology is a museum of anthropology in Georgetown, Guyana and claims to be the oldest such museum in the English-speaking Caribbean region. It was established in 1974, but not opened to the public until 1982.

The National Archives of Guyana principally contain archival material from the nineteenth century colonial government of British Guiana and material when the provinces of Berbice, Essequibo, and Demerara were Dutch colonies in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Guyana’s Parliament Building, designed by Joseph Hadfield, was built on a foundation of greenheart logs. The foundation stone was laid in 1829 and, in April 1834, the structure, stuccoed to resemble stone blocks, was completed.

The National Library of Guyana is the legal deposit and copyright library for Guyana. Unlike many national libraries, it is also a public lending library and the headquarters of Guyana’s public library service, with branches extending throughout the country.

The John Campbell Police Museum is located on the first floor and western end of the auditorium at the Felix Austin Police College, Eve-Leary. The institution has on display uniforms, musical instruments, photographs and other police artefacts of present time and also dating back to colonial times.