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Pearl Harbour Tour

The island of Oahu is a special Hawaii vacation destination in that it offers a broad range of activity options, from long, white sand beaches to historic sites such as Pearl Harbor. Add an educational element to your Hawaii vacation when you visit important sites such as Pearl Harbor on a Pearl Harbor Tour.

Be ready for spur-of-the-moment stops, unexpected views and special sightseeing along the way! Immerse yourself in Oahu’s wartime history, visiting important sites and listening to personal stories.​ See battleships that represent the start and end of US involvement in World War II, along with other poignant sites.

Directions:

  • Take the H-1 Freeway to the National Cemetery of the Pacific. Located at Punchbowl Crater, the cemetery honors men and women who have served in the US armed forces, drawing millions of visitors each year.
  • Continue toward downtown Honolulu, where a fascinating tour will take you to historic points of interest in the city.

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On this adventure you will 

  • B​oard a US Navy shuttle boat that will take you out to the USS Arizona Memorial, a reverent, open-air structure built across the width of the sunken USS Arizona. There, you will also see the marble wall carved with the names of the 1,178 young men who lost their lives on the ship.
  • View the nearby USS Missouri, the site where Japan signed the Instrument of Surrender to end World War II. Together, the Missouri and the Arizona have often been referred to as symbolic “bookends” of the war.
View important additional information to help you prepare for this exciting adventure.
  • The order of sites visited may vary, subject to traffic and safety conditions.
  • We encourage Guests to dress comfortably, keeping in mind that shirts and shoes are required on the USS Arizona Memorial; swimsuits are not permitted.
  • Security restrictions at Joint Base Pearl Harbor – Hickam will be enforced. Please do not bring large bags or any containers that could conceal contraband. Storage will be available in the Pacific Visitors Center at Pearl Harbor at a cost of $3.00.
  • Snacks will be available at the USS Arizona Memorial Visitors Center and the USS Missouri gift shop.
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Additional Sites at Pearl Harbor

The Pearl Harbor Historical Sites are comprised of the USS Arizona Memorial, the Battleship Missouri Memorial, the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, and the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. Beyond your tour of the Arizona and Battleship Missouri Memorials, you may consider planning to spend additional time at the complex exploring the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, as well as the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.

The USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park provides an intriguing look into the role that submariners played in World War II. As one of only 15 World War II submarines that are left, boarding the USS Bowfin is a special experience to climb aboard a real submarine that has been painstakingly restored to reflect its original design. Stand in the torpedo rooms, exam the narrow quarters of the bunks, and explore the control room, officer quarters, galley, mess decks and engine rooms. With an audio that features commentary from the actual USS Bowfin crew, it’s not hard to imagine that you’ve stepped back in time!

From the sea to the air, the sites at Pearl Harbor allow visitors to examine the many fronts which were fought in World War II. Be sure to save time to explore the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum! A riveting, chronological retelling of World War II events begins in Hangar 37 and continues throughout the museum with a factual retelling and personal stories. Paired with displays that depict life in Hawaii in the 1940s, visitors also gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the Hawaii culture and how the Islands were affected during the World War II era. Over fifty aircraft, along with personal effects, are on display in the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, ranging from rare World War II aircraft such as the Flying Tigers P-40 to modern aircraft that are still in service today. Exploring the museum is interesting for all ages, and kids will love the hands-on STEM exhibits available for exploration in The Raytheon Pavilion.

Set aside a day or two during your Oahu vacation to explore the historic sites of Pearl Harbor!