Guyana Botanical Gardens is a tropical botanical garden in GeorgetownGuyana. It is next to the Guyana Zoo and Castellani House.

It includes the Seven Ponds (the Place of Heroes), which is the burial sites of

It was founded in the late 19th century, during the time of British Guiana, on an abandoned sugar estate, Plantation Vlissengen. At the time, it was at the eastern end of the city limits. An early garden superintendent was botanist George Samuel Jenman.[1]

South of the gardens, across Homestretch Avenue, is D’Urban Park, which includes the National Cultural Centre. It is bound by Vlissengen Road to the west, across which is Georgetown Football Club.

The other public garden in Georgetown is the smaller Promenade Gardens downtown.