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Visit the Guam Museum

Senator Antonio M. Palomo Guam Museum and CHamoru Educational Facility a Division of the Department of CHamoru Affairs

Discover Guam's Rich History at the Guam Museum - Where the Island Comes Alive!

The Guam Museum is a cultural and historical treasure located in the heart of Hagatna, Guam. Featuring exhibits on the island’s rich and unique past, the museum is an essential stop for visitors who want to learn more about Guam’s fascinating history, from ancient times to the present day.

With interactive displays, multimedia presentations, and informative tours, the Guam Museum offers an engaging and educational experience for people of all ages. Learn about the ancient CHamoru civilization, the arrival of European explorers, and the devastating impact of World War II on the island.

Explore the museum’s extensive collection of artifacts, including traditional crafts, weaponry, and artwork, as well as historical photographs, documents, and films that offer a glimpse into Guam’s rich and complex heritage.

Whether you’re a history buff or just interested in learning more about the vibrant culture of Guam, the Guam Museum is a must-visit destination that will leave you feeling enriched, informed, and inspired.

The “Hinanao-ta” Exhibit of the Guam Museum is open to all walk-ins from Tuesday – Friday, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

  • Adult | $3.00 per person
    • means any person 18 years or older.
  • Senior | $2.00 per person
    • means any persons who are 55 years or older.
  • Group | $2.00 per person
    • means paying guests in numbers of 10 or more per group.
    • For Large groups (10 guests or more) please fill out the form below.
  • Student | $1.00 per person
    • means any person from age 5; who is enrolled at a school or equivalent educational program, generally ranging from kindergarten to post-secondary education (post-secondary students must present a valid student ID).
  • Infant/Toddler | Free
    • under 5 years of age.

The Guam Museum, a division of the Department of Chamorro affairs (DCA),  fosters an appreciation for Guam’s culture and natural heritage by promoting an increased understanding of our island’s geology, biota, pre-history, and contemporary culture.

In accordance with Public Health guidance, The Guam Museum continues to be open, but with limited hours.

Large tour groups (10 guests or more) and school field trips are still required to make reservations.

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