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Guam Museum, Hagatna

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The Guam Museum, formally the Senator Antonio M. Palomo Guam Museum & Chamorro Educational Facility, is a museum focusing on the history of Guam, a U.S. territory in Micronesia. A permanent building to house the museum's collection opened in Hagåtña on November 4, 2016. The Guam Museum had been housed in temporary locations since World War II.
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  • Take your time to look around. You can find yourself absorbed in rich history of Guam and her people who cherished their culture and language after suffering from long history of Spanish colony... 
    Take your time to look around. You can find yourself absorbed in rich history of Guam and her people who cherished their culture and language after suffering from long history of Spanish colony...  more »
  • Seniors can get a discount, just show an ID. A great to learn about Guam's rich history and culture. May 2019 
    Seniors can get a discount, just show an ID. A great to learn about Guam's rich history and culture. May 2019  more »
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  • This is a pretty interesting museum. There are a lot of artifacts here (don’t forget to open drawers!) as well as a lot of information to read. There is a decent amount of local art, and the video at the beginning telling the CHamorro creation story is very cool. My only complaints are several areas are so dark you can’t see the artifacts and the in-case lights don’t come on. There’s also scrolling text at the top and the bottom of a lot of the areas with heavy reading which was very distracting. Overall it was a great experience and I love bringing visitors here.
  • Went there on a field trip, two tour guides were rude to us and our teachers. I hope our tourist don’t experience the similar treatment us students did. One tour guide though was very helpful to our educational purpose, she provided the hospitality and information we needed, Dominica. Lovely lady, and very informative.

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