WAR IN THE PACIFIC NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK - GUAM

Pacific Historic Parks Projects

Museum Exhibits at the T. Stell Newman Visitor Center

When Super-Typhoon Pongsona destroyed the original T. Stell Newman Center, Pacific Historic Parks provided aid to the National Park Service to open a new visitor center and build permanent exhibits at the site.

Opened in July 2012, the new exhibits at the T. Stell Newman Visitor Center tell the story of the War in the Pacific and the Occupation and Battle for Guam. These state-of-the-art exhibits include oral histories, videos, interactive timelines, touch bins, and more.

Pacific Historic Parks proudly provided funding and support for the visitor center, new exhibits and grand opening celebration. To view pictures of the exhibits, visit our Facebook page.

Education

To learn more about Pacific Historic Parks' education efforts on Guam, please click here.