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The highlight of the museum is definetly their collection of US military vehicles used during WWII. The size of those vehicles were astonishing and is definetly worth seeing it in person.
The museum also has a small history section of the battle of Guam divided...More
This is a great museum to bring island visitors to if you want them to see many artifacts from WWII. Unfortunately, a lot of the pictures are now faded and stained and should be replaced if possible. The vehicles and other displays are the highlight...More
We stopped by on a rainy afternoon and were pleasantly surprised by the collection. The gentleman who was there was friendly and knowledgeable about the collection. Definitely worth the time to stop and take a look.
You might think with all the military history on Guam, there would be a real museum filled with artifacts,names,dates,maps,photos,videos,etc.Sadly,this place ain’t it.
It is a small private collection housed in a non- descript building calling itself the grandeous name,Guam Paciic War Museum. The basic $3...More
We were here on 24 March, 2018, but this lovely museum is still very clear in my mind. It wasn’t lovely because of the focus (war is never lovely), but because of the absolutely clear sense of a hard-won peace that now reigns. The widow...More
the exhibits are trilingual , most tourists are from Japan way ahead of south Korea and far distant mainland USA so the languages used reflect that.
good to great history lesson for the whole world
id go again with out a doubt. makes other historical...More
I personally enjoyed my visit. It was included in a tour of wartime sites around the island. The owner seems to have done his best to display wartime artifacts, with what seems like limited resources. It struck me as a real labor-of-love for him. I...More