Arizona Memorial & Missouri Battleship Tour
See The Best Of Pearl Harbor With Us
Round-trip Waikiki Hotel Transportation (North shore or Ko Olina hotels too)
Over 4 hours to explore the Arizona Memorial and Battleship Missouri
Historic film and Boat tour of harbor near USS Arizona Memorial
Battleship Missouri guided tour at Ford Island
Visit The Surrender Deck Where US Involvement in World War 2 Ended With Japan
See the historic sites of Honolulu during a drive by tour of cultural sites, a palace and more.
Get a great view of the city at Punchbowl, a cemetery in a crater
Board the USS Arizona Memorial and feel the emotions of the solemn reminder of the attacks that struck Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Peer into the hull of the sunken battleship and view the names of those lost on the Remembrance Wall.
All museum admissions are included with this tour, including a guided deck tour aboard the USS Missouri! Explore the famous battleship, which served in more than 50 years of war and conflicts and is the most celebrated war vessel in United States history.
Experiencing these amazing places is sure to create lasting memories and enrich your vacation. With three departure times, visiting Pearl Harbor has never been easier to schedule. Departing later prevents you from feeling rushed or pressured to be ready early in the morning.
We recommend booking your Pearl Harbor tours in advance of arriving in Hawaii. The number of Pearl Harbor tickets available per day is limited and can sell out on certain days of the week. Our guests usually choose to arrive early so we recommend that you book your tour for the 1st day of your arrival as visitors are usually wide awake from the flight. Another option is the 2nd full day on the island after your arrival which is recommended if traveling directly from the mainland.
This schedule pertains to off-island guests only. It is subject to change depending on your preferred ticket time. Available from the Big Island, Kauai or Maui.
|6:30 AM||Inter-island (your island) airport arrival|
|7:30 AM||Depart to the Island of Oahu|
|8:10 AM||Honolulu International Airport curbside guide meet and transport|
|8:30 AM||Arrive at Pearl Harbor|
|9:30 AM||Enter theater and watch the historic documentary film of the attack|
|10:00 AM||Board Navy boat for transport to the USS Arizona Memorial|
|10:45 AM||Explore the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center /Museum /Exhibits|
|12:15 PM||Board the shuttle to Ford Island. Lunch on your own. Options available at Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, the cafeteria at the USS Bowfin Submarine or at the USS Missouri.|
|1:00 PM||Board and tour the USS Missouri battleship at Ford Island|
|2:00 PM||Return by shuttle to Pearl Harbor|
|2:30 PM||Depart to National Cemetery of the Pacific at the Punchbowl Crater|
|3:00 PM||Honolulu Historic Visit and Sightseeing Waikiki and Diamond Head
King Kamehameha Statue
Diamond Head Lookout
|5:30 PM||Return to Honolulu International Airport|
|6:00 PM||Arrive at Honolulu International Airport|
|7:15 PM||Depart on Hawaiian Airlines|
Please dress comfortably and respectfully. Shirts and shoes are required at the USS Arizona Memorial. Swimsuits are not permitted along with bags or backpacks within the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. If needed bags may be stored at the Visitor Center for $3.00 per item.
The visitor center, the USS Bowfin Submarine, the USS Missouri and the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum are open and accessible to all visitors. However, the Arizona Memorial is temporarily closed due to repairs needed on the 57-year-old structure. The repairs are projected to be completed in December 2019. During this time visitors will be taken on a US Navy boat for a unique narrated harbor boat tour of Battleship Row. Since it is not permitted to enter the Arizona Memorial, the boat tour encircles the Memorial as well as giving a unique perspective on the USS Missouri from the water.
All other sites and exhibits at Pearl Harbor and Ford Island remain open as usual. We will provide updates on our website as construction progresses. Admission tickets are still required as the boat seating is limited.