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T Stell Newman Visitor Center

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T Stell Newman Visitor Center

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Delve deeper into Guam’s jungle and Chamorro heritage than you could independently on this riverboat tour. Cruise the River Talofofo and River Ugum; experience local flora and fauna; and visit a Chamorro village to see craft demos, “latte” pillar stones, and caves. Prebook to save vacation time and secure a place on the cruise departure—either with or without lunch—that best suits you, with hotel transfers as an option.
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KElizabethD wrote a review Mar 2020
La Crosse, Wisconsin67 contributions39 helpful votes
Definitely go to the visitor center to start your Guam visit. So much info and background of the island. There are pamphlets not available at other sights, a short film that is excellent, and a nice shop. A lot of the history, you will not read elsewhere.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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shrek58 wrote a review Mar 2020
Peotone, Illinois136 contributions40 helpful votes
Gives an in depth history of Guam before, during and after WWII. Details from the Japanese invasion in '41 thru the Battle for the Liberation of Guam in '44. Many displays of pre-war life on the Island from 1900-1941. Then the recovery to present day. Take your time to take this in. Enjoy your visit! It's FREE, a National Park, they do take donations
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Date of experience: March 2020
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306giant wrote a review Mar 2020
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Great info delivered by knowledgable US Park Rangers. It discussed issues on the taking of Guam and its subsequent treatment by the Japanese and the leberation by the US Armed Forces.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Bowmanator22 wrote a review Jul 2019
Charlotte, North Carolina4,137 contributions404 helpful votes
This little visitor center is run by the National Parks Service. It is free to enter, and inside you will find a little museum, a gift shop, and bathrooms. It is open seven days a week, and parking is free. If you like history, you’ll find it interesting.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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DrRich4BNA wrote a review Sep 2018
Nashville, Tennessee200 contributions32 helpful votes
This is one of the National Park Service's better visitor's centers. There are many unique displays here and an on-demand video presentation (approximately 10 minutes long) about World War II on Guam is worth seeing. Definitely take the time to visit if you are on the island.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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