Freewheeling at the Tagada Amusement Park Guam

by Mar-Vic Cagurangan
The Guam Guide

The Tagada Amusement Park Guam set a new landmark in the tourist district of Tumon.

“We hope to see as many people as we can. The park opens a lot of excitements that we are introducing to the local community,” Mark Day, chief operating officer of the park’s owner, Tagada Guam, said that day.

The park, located on a 4,000 square feet property between the Ohana Bayview and Pacific Place, features three rides: the Viking, a huge swinging ship modeled after a large Viking boat; the Tagada Disco, a dancing platform with disco lights; and bumper cars.

The park is open 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. weekdays and 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. weekends.

“The whole operation is safe,” Day said. “We plan to bring live performances, too.”

Those who will sign up for the park’s membership program will get discounts on tickets, Day said. “They just have to sign up. Members will get a couple of dollar discounts.”

Parking is available right next to Ohana Bayview. There is no entrance fee.

Ticket prices
Tagada Disco: $10
Viking: $8
Bumper cars: $6
Address: 1425 Pale San Vitores Rd (1,563.49 mi), Tumon 96913
Call 858-7000 for details or visit the park's facebook for details.

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