St. Andrew's Kirk, Georgetown

#3 of 7 in Historic Sites in Guyana
Church · Tourist Spot
Visit St. Andrew's Kirk to see the oldest building in Georgetown. Finished in 1818, the white structure remains well preserved, with many elements used during original construction still visible today. The church remains an important part of the area's cultural heritage, having served as the first European place of worship that allows slaves to attend services. To visit St. Andrew's Kirk and get the most from your holiday in Georgetown, create itinerary details personal to you using our Georgetown attractions planning site.
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  • Located almost opposite the parliament this wooden church is not as grand as the St.Georges' Cathedral, but ist has an interesting history. Started as a Dutch Reformist Church it was taken over by...  more »
  • The church has a very rich history tied to the experiences of enslaved people and the church. The colonialists and their role is evident in the church.  more »
  • Beautiful and ver historic edifice.
  • Interesting

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