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The park is on the site of one of the US amphibious landings on Guam in WWII and is interesting because of that. However, its a bit sparse and not well cared for. It’s a 20 minute stop unless you are a serious history buff.
Guam occupies a strategic location in the Pacific Ocean. The Japanese occupation and American liberation of the island were significant events in the War in the Pacific during WWII. The visitor center provides displays covering all three sides (Japanese, American and Guamanian) and the effect...More
Most visitors do not understand the significance of this National Park. It seems obvious only to Locals and the Military, but there is enough information provided for those that take the time to find out, explore the park in its entirety. The Park is also...More
We initially wasn’t planning to visit but was in the area, so we decided to stop by. The view was very scenic and a lot of greenery. There are 3 lookout areas along with historical facts and memorials of the fallen. However, the only reason...More
Stopped to watch the short video on Guam's involvement in the War in the Pacific. Stayed until they closed the place. The information about the Chamorro's involvement in WW-II was very sad and enlightening. Had no idea about the depth and breadth of Guam's involvement...More
I am a fan of National Parks and this one does not disappoint. As the only unit located in Guam, it does take some effort to get here. The park tells not only the story of the liberation of Guam but of the entire war...More
This museum does a good job with providing information regarding the lead up to the Japanese occupation and the American efforts to retake the island. The displays are informative and easy to flow. A highly recommended stop if you find yourself in Guam!
Overlooking one the many lovely beaches Guam is famous for, War in the Pacific Park is a quiet place to enjoy a walk and see the sights that became infamous for the horrific battles that occurred here near the conclusion of World War II. Knowing...More