Pearl Harbor Tours
Arizona Memorial, Battleship Missouri, Bowfin Submarine, Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
Pearl Harbor Tours
Commemorate the events of December 7th, 1941, by paying a visit to the historical Pearl Harbor National Monument. Nearly 2 million visitors per year visit the site of the World War II attacks President FDR famously referred to as “…a date which will live in infamy.” See footage and photos capturing the tragedy of this remarkable and humbling day. The Axis attack changed America and the world forever. After the devastating losses of the Pacific Fleet at Pearl Harbor, learn about how the United States rallied together and mobilized the industrial might of America and its citizens.
Each tour offers a different experience of Pearl Harbor. Visit just the Arizona Memorial before exploring the rest of Oahu. See only the most popular sites or go for an all-day historical journey that visits ALL the sites. Check out the options below.
Complete Pearl Harbor Historic Sites Tour
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Pearl Harbor, Arizona And Missouri Battleship Tour
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Pearl Harbor And Oahu Circle Island
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Pearl Harbor And Polynesian Cultural Center
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USS Arizona Memorial & Historic Honolulu Tours
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Remember The Battleships Large Group Tour
Jump back in time and visit legendary Mighty Mo and the Arizona... More
Passport to Pearl Harbor
Visit Pearl Harbor Without A Guide. Visit Missouri Battleship,... More
With our inter-island packages, visiting Pearl Harbor, Hawaiʻi’s top visitor attraction, is now easier than ever. Visit Pearl Harbor from Maui, Kauai, or the Big Island of Hawaii. Get set to jet with an expert guide, including flights, airport pickup, and return. We will even make no-hassle luggage storage arrangements, holding your bags until you’re ready to hop over to the next island. We make it so simple; there is no excuse not to visit this historic site.
Pearl Harbor and USS Missouri Tour From Maui, Kauai Or Big Island
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Pearl Harbor Fly-Drive From Maui, Kauai Or Big Island
Get Pearl Harbor Tickets From The Outer Islands Of Maui, Kauai,... More
Pearl Harbor and Oahu Circle Island Tour From Maui, Kauai Or Big Island
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Complete Pearl Harbor Tour From Maui, Kauai or The Big Island
Fly To Oahu And Spend A Full Day Exploring All The Attractions At... More
Pearl Harbor And Polynesian Cultural Center Tour From Maui, Kauai Or Big Island
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Fly-Drive Pearl Harbor And Oahu Helicopter Tour
Arizona Memorial, USS Missouri, USS Bowfin & The Pacific Aviation... More
Visit the USS Arizona Memorial, a tribute to the 1,177 crewmembers killed in the Pearl Harbor attack. The ship remains the final resting place for 1,102 crewmembers still entombed on the sunken ship today. The bombing of the USS Arizona accounted for nearly half of the 2,403 Americans killed that day.
The Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum holds a wonderful array of flying machines, helicopters, jets, bombers, bi-planes, Japanese fighters and so much more. Visiting this museum during a complete Pearl harbor tour gives you a full history of the World War 2 fight under the sea, on the water and in the air.
Today, the USS Battleship Missouri is a floating museum docked at Pearl Harbor’s Ford Island. The ship’s deck is the site on which the Japanese Imperial Forces signed the Instruments of Surrender on September 2, 1945. It is a fitting bookend to the war in the Pacific as the mighty battleship overlooks the Arizona Memorial, marking both the beginning and the end of the United States of America’s role in World War II.
The USS Bowfin submarine and floating museum is another WWII veteran dubbed the “Pearl Harbor Avenger.” Located within walking distance of the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, the submarine can be boarded and toured by visitors. The nearby Submarine Museum and Submarine Memorial pay tribute to the 52 submarines and 3,600 crewmen lost in the Pacific during the war.
What is the historical significance of Pearl Harbor?
Pearl Harbor is a U.S. naval base near Honolulu, Hawaii, and holds significant historical importance due to the surprise military attack by the Japanese on December 7, 1941. The attack resulted in the United States entering World War II. The site now serves as a memorial for the lives lost and offers visitors a chance to learn about and reflect on the event’s impact on American history.
What are the main attractions at Pearl Harbor?
The main attractions at Pearl Harbor include:
What are the hours of operation for Pearl Harbor?
Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is open daily from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, except on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. The hours of operation for the individual attractions may vary, so it is advised to check their respective websites for accurate information.
Is there a guided tour available at Pearl Harbor?
Yes, there are various guided tour options available, including audio tours and professionally guided tours. These tours usually cover multiple attractions and provide a comprehensive and informative experience. Prices and availability may vary, so it is recommended to research and book a tour in advance.
How much time should I allocate for a visit to Pearl Harbor?
A visit to Pearl Harbor can take anywhere from 2 to 6 hours, depending on your interests and the attractions you want to visit. It is advised to arrive early, especially if you plan to visit the USS Arizona Memorial, as the timed tickets are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis and may run out during peak visitation times.
Are there any restrictions or items not allowed at Pearl Harbor?
Yes, Pearl Harbor is an active military base, and security is strict. Bags larger than a small purse are not allowed and must be stored at the baggage storage facility near the entrance for a small fee. Cameras, water bottles, and small personal items are allowed. Weapons, knives, and other hazardous items are strictly prohibited.
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