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From Skinner Plaza To The New Museum

9o YEARS IN THE MAKING

Our History is The Guam Museum’s History. 

The Senator Antonio M. Palomo Guam Museum & Educational Facility  is a place which  all Guam’s people can be proud.  Within these walls and on the grounds the stories of the past will come alive, and new imaginings and new stories will emerge. The Guam Museum reflects the diversity, creativity, and resilience of Guam and the Mariana Islands.  It will encourage people to engage in dialogue, to share multiple perspectives and experiences, and debate issues that concern us all today. 

We welcome everyone to experience the long awaited permanent exhibition: The Journey of the CHamoru People

I Hinanao-ta

What's Happening At Your Guam Museum

Upcoming Events

  • January 25, 2020
    • HITA Talk: Dance: Mirror of Our CHamoru Identity2:00 PM - 4:00 PMJoin us for a discussion with Master of CHamoru Dance Vince Reyes, Director of Cultural Programs, Inentnon Gefpå’go, on the importance of cultural dance and its reflection of CHamoru identity. Reyes will provide his insights on promoting Guam abroad and the use of dance performance as a force for decolonization. He will also present on the creative process and achieving a balance between entertainment and cultural promotion that is not at the cost of losing our sense of identity. Indoor Theater

Events Calendar

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      1New Years Day all day
The Museum is Closed. HAPPY NEW YEAR BIBA ÅÑU NUEBU
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12 13 14 15 16 17 18Ha'ånen Famila: Batik Simplified for Kids, with Judy Flores from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Saturday, January 18, 2020
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Guam Museum Multi-purpose Room
In case you missed her last October, batik artist Judy Flores will be hosting another special art session just for kids. Just like last time, participants will learn the basics of batik, a painting or drawing technique that uses wax-resist dyeing, usually on cloth, to produce interesting effects and colors. Kids who didn’t get a chance to participate in October are encouraged to sign up. The following conditions apply: • Space is limited to 20 children. Advance registration is required.
• Children must be between ages 7-12 years old.
• Only 2 children per family can sign up at this time.
• Children must be accompanied and supervised at all times by a responsible parent or adult.
• Art supplies will be provided. Hot wax and dyes will be used and it might get messy. Please dress your kids appropriately.
Space is limited so call the Museum at
(671) 989-4455 to reserve a spot.
19 20 21 22 23 24 25HITA Talk: Dance: Mirror of Our CHamoru Identity from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Join us for a discussion with Master of CHamoru Dance Vince Reyes, Director of Cultural Programs, Inentnon Gefpå’go, on the importance of cultural dance and its reflection of CHamoru identity. Reyes will provide his insights on promoting Guam abroad and the use of dance performance as a force for decolonization. He will also present on the creative process and achieving a balance between entertainment and cultural promotion that is not at the cost of losing our sense of identity. Indoor Theater
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  • January 25, 2020
    • HITA Talk: Dance: Mirror of Our CHamoru Identity2:00 PM - 4:00 PMJoin us for a discussion with Master of CHamoru Dance Vince Reyes, Director of Cultural Programs, Inentnon Gefpå’go, on the importance of cultural dance and its reflection of CHamoru identity. Reyes will provide his insights on promoting Guam abroad and the use of dance performance as a force for decolonization. He will also present on the creative process and achieving a balance between entertainment and cultural promotion that is not at the cost of losing our sense of identity. Indoor Theater

Support The Guam Museum

Admission
Suggested Donation

CASH & CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED

General Admission: $20.00


Guam Resident with valid ID:

Adults: $15.00

Senior Citizens: $10.00

Students:$2.00

Kids (Under 4): FREE

Museum Hours

Monday:Closed

Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

*effective April 8, 2019

Location

193 Chalan Santo Papa
Juan Pablo Dos.
Hagatna, GU 96910

“Our mission is to foster a greater understanding of the Chamorro culture
and the art,history and natural environment of Guam”

Para u fitme I kinemprenden I kottura yan i atten fina’tinas Chamorro,
I hestoria yan i guinahan i uriyan Guam.

Senator Antonio M. Palomo Guam and Chamorro Educational Facility