St. George’s Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral in Georgetown, Guyana. The wooden church reaches a height of 43.5 meters (143 ft). It is the seat of the Bishop of Guyana. The church was designed by Sir Arthur Blomfield and opened on 24 August 1892. The building was completed in 1899. It is located on Church Street in Georgetown and has been designated a National Monument. The interior of the church makes for fascinating history. Whether it is an article of furniture, the chalices, the memorial tablets, or the Baptism registers – they all tell a story. The story is not only about Guyana’s history, but glimpses of its Caribbean neighbors are also revealed.