I Hinanao-ta Nu I Manaotao Tåno I CHamoru-Siha (The Journey of the CHamoru People)
Now open to the public, the Guam Museum proudly presents the I Hinanao-ta Nu I Manaotao Tåno I CHamoru-Siha (The Journey of the CHamoru People), an exhibition which chronicles the 3,500-year history of the CHamoru people in Guam from the earliest settlement of the Mariana islands to the present. The exhibition features over 250 historic artifacts from the museum's collections, and a wealth of information for history and cultural enthusiasts. Each panel in the exhibition is translated into the CHamoru language, providing the first full telling of our island's history in the native tongue. Come along the journey and immerse yourself in the beauty and rich history of the island and see the resilience of the CHamoru people as they navigate through a profoundly changing world.
74th Liberation Festivities: Strengthening the Spirit of Guam
The Guam Museum is proud to be a part of the 74thGuam Liberation Festivities. See below for dates, time and locations of specific events at the Guam Museum.
July 11-22: Museum Hours 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
July 14:Ha’nen Familia
Liberation Day Parade art activity (10:00 am to 12:00 pm; Guam Museum multi-purpose room)
July 14-15: World War II/Liberation documentary film showings (11:00 am and 1:00 pm; Indoor Theater)
July 14: 11:00: Unknown Warriors of WWII and An Island Invaded
1:00: The Insular Empire
July 15: 11:00: Legacy of Heart Mountain
1:00: War for Guam
July 18: Musical Performance: III Marine Expeditionary Force Band - Okinawa (6:00 pm to 8:00 pm; Outdoor Theater/Skinner Plaza)
July 21: LIBERATION DAY: Free admission all day (10:00 to 7:00 pm)
July 21-22: World War II/Liberation documentary film showings (11:00 am and 1:00 pm; Indoor Theater)
July 21, 11:00: Unknown Warriors of World War II and Guam's Liberation
1:00: Legacy of Heart Mountain and Liberating Guam
July 22, 11:00: Unknown Warriors of World War II and Legacy of Heart Mountain
1:00: A War for Guam
July 22: HITA Talks: “The History of Sumay: Taking Pacific Island Studies Back to the Village” by James P. Viernes, PhD, Center for Pacific Island Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa (2:00 pm to 4:00 pm; Indoor Theater)
July 25: Musical Performance: Guam Territorial Band (5:30 pm to 6:30 pm; Museum Atrium)
For more information on Guam Museum, exhibitions, guided tours or special accommodations, please visit www.guammuseum.org
or call us at 989-4455.