War in the Pacific National Historical Park, Piti

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Perched on a spit of land protruding out into the sea from Guam's west coast, War in the Pacific National Historical Park commemorates the bravery and sacrifice made by soldiers who participated in the Pacific Theater campaigns during World War II. You'll see remains of weaponry, military bunkers, and other war-related artifacts on display. Consider hiring a guide for a private tour to gain a deeper understating of this historic site. To visit War in the Pacific National Historical Park on your trip to Piti, use our Piti tour site.
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  • I was expecting a bit more from the park, unfortunately. We visited two locations on the Tumon side of the island and found very little at the park. 
    I was expecting a bit more from the park, unfortunately. We visited two locations on the Tumon side of the island and found very little at the park.  more »
  • Unfortunately, when we visited, there was an extremely loud religious group, dominating the site as their loud voices carried almost everywhere. However, ignoring this, we could see that the site was....  more
    Unfortunately, when we visited, there was an extremely loud religious group, dominating the site as their loud voices carried almost everywhere. However, ignoring this, we could see that the site was....  more »
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  • Very nice place to run and watch the sunset. I just hope that people will stop leaving their trash everywhere. There’s a trash can on the area and an attendant cleaning the place but it would be better if people visiting will be more responsible in taking care of our beaches and parks.
  • The visitor center has a ten minute video, several exhibits, and a gift shop. There are other sites around Guam to visit that are part of the park as well. The exhibits are in multiple languages. I did feel there was a bit of whitewashing, as the American soliders were touted as the saviors to the Chamorran people. I think they could include more information about the native ways of life that were disrupted by the arrival of Westerners.

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