Pearl Harbor National Memorial
Pearl Harbor National Memorial

Pearl Harbor National Memorial

1 Arizona Memorial Place, Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii, 96818

The Basics

Pearl Harbor is made up of both the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, which includes the USS Arizona Memorial, the USS Utah, and USS Oklahoma, as well as the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites, including the USS Battleship Missouri Memorial, the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, and the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum (formerly the Pacific Aviation Museum). Most tours include just a selection of the many sites; others combine some Pearl Harbor sites with stops at other attractions on Oahu.

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Pearl Harbor: USS Arizona Memorial & USS Missouri Battleship Tour from Waikiki
Pearl Harbor: USS Arizona Memorial & USS Missouri Battleship Tour from Waikiki
$144.99 per adult
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David was a great tour guide with so much knowledge of Pearl Harbor and the Honolulu. Definitely would recommend this tour.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Pearl Harbor Memorial sites can be very crowded; book your ticket or tour in advance and opt for skip-the-line entry.

  • The various memorials each require their own admissions passes; choose a tour or a combination ticket that includes your preferred sites.

  • Pearl Harbor is still an active naval base, and visitors are subject to security measures.

  • The Pearl Harbor Memorial is wheelchair accessible.

  • There is free on-site parking.

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How to Get There

Pearl Harbor is located on Oahu's south coast, about 12 miles (20 kilometers) northwest of Waikiki and downtown Honolulu. To reach the memorial from downtown, take HI-99 west to Arizona Memorial Pl. Shuttles are also available from Honolulu and Waikiki, and some tours provide transportation from other islands.

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When to Get There

The Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is open daily from morning to early evening except on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. The memorials keep separate hours but are generally open from morning until early evening. Pearl Harbor is popular all year, but the busiest seasons are during spring break and summer and winter holidays. Go early in the morning to avoid crowds and leave plenty of time to see the various sites.

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USS Arizona Memorial

The site of the largest number of casualties (1,177 crewmen), the USS Arizona Memorial is the best-known site in Pearl Harbor. The white structure floats over the site of the sunken battleship and is a place of quiet reflection. Tours start at the visitor center, where you’ll watch a film before boarding a shuttle boat to the memorial. Tickets are free but required, as the number of guests allowed in the memorial each day is strictly limited.

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