Comprende yan untungho put y National Park!
At War in the Pacific National Historical Park, the former battlefields, gun emplacements, trenches, and historic structures all serve as silent reminders of the bloody World War II battles that raged across the Pacific. The park is known for its historic resources, but the verdant jungles, sandy beaches, turquoise waters, and stunning coral reefs also beckon visitors and residents to enjoy Guam.Read More
"Reef Rangers" returns for YOU or a friend! 5th, 6th, 9th, and 10th graders, get involved in the best summer camp on Guam! The first step? Click here!Read More
Does your group or organization want to use the park for a picnic, gathering, or special event? Click here to get started with an application.Read More
Find out what programs the park is offering this month... they are all free of charge!Read More
Sacrifice. We Remember.
Guam stands as a symbol for the tragedies unleashed by a world war. View our listing; count the cost of battle by the names of soldiers and civilians.Read More
Have You Heard? Our New Exhibits are Open!
Spectacular new exhibits at the visitor center are open daily to the public! Don't be the last to find out - click here to learn more.Read More
I'm a Volunteer!
No doubt about it. This is a special place. Click here to learn more about volunteering here!Read More
Tell Your Friends: Social Media
War in the Pacific NHP is located more than 5,500 miles from the mainland. But you can access all of our social media by a few mouse clicks.Read More
Did You Know?
During the Japanese occupation of Guam, the Asan Beach Unit was a rice paddy?