A small museum with some historical introductions. It is quite interesting. This museum is a Japanese hospital during World War II. It is full of very old buildings. There were no people when I went there. The atmosphere was a bit strange.
Suger King Park (Suger King Park): Saipan was once the world's third-ranked sugar kingdom. It was developed by the Japanese Matsue Haruji, known as the "Suger King Park". To commemorate him, it was established in 1934. park
This museum is relatively small on Saipan. Everyone is playing various water sports. It is estimated that there are not many tourists who know and have visited. The museum is very clean and there are few people. It is suitable for one person to calm down and spend a long time watching it slowly.
Looking at the museum, you can almost understand the history of the Northern Mariana Islands. Many precious cultural relics and documents are here. Interested friends can come and have a look. It is very interesting.
There are also precious cultural relics such as jewelry, magnets, and copper coins salvaged from a large Spanish shipwreck in the 18th century, as well as historical records of the French expedition to the Northern Mariana Islands in the 19th century. There is a sense of blending between nature and humanities. Many cultural relics are very beautiful, and many precious documents are displayed. Tourists interested in history must come and see.
The museum was converted from the Japanese military hospital during World War II. It is opposite the Sugar King Park. The museum houses documents from the Japanese period and World War II, the historical materials of the indigenous folklore of Chamorro and Carolan, and the 18th century "Nuestra Senora de La Concepcion" salvaged porcelain, copper coins and other cultural relics. In short, if you go to this museum, you can understand the past and present of the Northern Mariana Islands.
Preston_Dominguez: Kopa Di Oru St Garapan, Saipan 96950
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended American Memorial Park,Micro Beach,Beach Road,Sugar King Park,Garapan Street Market