Government House, Anguilla
|Current tenants||Governor of Anguilla|
|Owner||Government of Anguilla|
The building was first constructed in 1969, but was substantially modernised in 1974.
As well as being the residence of the Anguillan Governor and their family, Government House is also used for national and ceremonial functions, as well as receptions and meetings with visiting foreign dignitaries and heads of state. It is also the official residence of the Anguillan head of state (currently Queen Elizabeth II) when staying in Anguilla.
- Government House - elsewhere in the Commonwealth or British Overseas Territories
- Government Houses of the British Empire and Commonwealth
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