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  • Visit Pacific Historic Parks

    Each park offers a unique experience to visitors and we encourage you to visit them all. Each park offers a significant vantage point into the history of the Pacific theater.

    • World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument

      A reminder of sacrifice and a beacon of endurance, the USS Arizona Memorial is built directly over the final resting place of the 1,177 crew members who died on that ship in the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.
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    • War in the Pacific National Historical Park

      A collection of seven sites across Guam, War in the Pacific National Historical Park includes coral reefs, limestone forests, wetlands, mahogany woods, and a tropical savanna, all studded with historic structures and military relics. Hike, picnic, snorkel, and swim among the distinct signatures of our history.
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    • American Memorial Park

      A living memorial across 133 acres, American Memorial Park serves as a stunning tribute to the American and Marianas people who gave their lives in World War II. The park includes beaches, sports fields, picnic areas, marinas, bike paths, amphitheaters, and a 30-acre wetland and mangrove forest to explore.
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    • Kalaupapa National Historical Park

      A small peninsula on the island of Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historic Park is surrounded by sheer cliffs, mountainsides, and beaches. An historic settlement for those suffering from Hansen’s disease-- leprosy-- the park is now a gathering point for those who’ve experienced history as well as those striving to learn.
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    • Diamond Head State Monument

      An iconic feature of the Hawaiian Islands, Diamond Head (Le’ahi) State Monument includes breathtaking viewpoints, hiking trails, and historic military outposts astride a 300,000 year old volcanic crater.
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    Compare Parks

    Each park has a unique landscape and is best suited for people of differing ages and levels of mobility. Check out the comparison below to find out which park is best for you.