Become a time traveler at Latte Stone Park, one of the best-preserved collections of ancient monoliths in the Mariana Islands. Erected by the indigenous Chamorro people, who probably arrived in the archipelago between 4000 and 2000 BCE, the latte stones held huge cultural significance for millennia, serving as construction supports, communal meeting places, and markers of human remains. Use our Hagatna journey planner to arrange your visit to Latte Stone Park and other attractions in Hagatna.
Latte Stone Park reviews
The latte stones were used as building supports by the ancient Chamorros. These were relocated in the 1950s from an abandoned village sadly destroyed by the Navy. They are cool to see. On site are... more »
You can see eight latte stones showing the Chamorro culture. It was a bit regrettable that it looked like a place where people did not visit. more »
Historical significance aside, it's part of the Hagatna Pokemon go walking route. 😋
Not interesting to see😩 My guide book recommended to visit, but I won’t come again. Found stones and people smoking on a bench. 5 min is enough to see all in the park. Better to go to the Spanish garden next to it.
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