PEARL HARBOR BATTLESHIPS: ARIZONA MEMORIAL & BATTLESHIP MISSOURI MUSEUM
Visit the Memorials and Museums Of Pearl Harbor
Experience the must-visit Arizona Memorial in Oahu for a truly impactful and emotional journey. Step aboard the USS Arizona Memorial and immerse yourself in the solemn memory of the Pearl Harbor attacks on December 7, 1941. View the sunken battleship's hull and pay tribute to those lost through the Remembrance Wall. This tour includes admission to the museum and a guided deck tour on the renowned USS Missouri! Discover the incredible history of this iconic battleship that played a significant role in over 50 years of war and conflicts. Prepare for an unforgettable experience that will leave you with cherished memories and a deeper appreciation for the sacrifice of those lost.
Experience the ultimate Pearl Harbor tour at our Visitor Center. Immerse yourself in a journey through time as you explore captivating displays, exhibits, and interpretive signage. Discover the untold stories of the Japanese attack, the courage of the U.S. battles, and the rich history of Pearl Harbor. Step back in time and witness what this iconic location was like in ancient times. Don't forget to refuel at our Visitor Center with a delicious lunch or snacks of your choice. Take an unforgettable adventure with us today.
Join us on a journey to the USS Arizona Memorial, a powerful testament to the bravery and sacrifice of those who lost their lives in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Begin your experience by viewing documentary with footage and photos from that infamous day.
Then, we head across the harbor toward the Arizona Memorial. Suspended in a haunting tribute above the sunken battleship, you will be able to pay your respects at the solemn "Wall of Remembrance." This sacred monument bears the names of the 1,177 souls who tragically perished when the battleship exploded on December 7th, 1941. Many of these brave individuals remain entombed within the depths of the sunken ship.
Experience the historic USS Missouri battleship, a floating museum that played a pivotal role in World War 2. Board a shuttle at the Visitor Center and cross the bridge to Ford Island, which is still an active military base. Explore Battleship Row, home to the iconic USS Missouri. Immerse yourself in history as you stand on the main deck, surrounded by towering turret guns. Step into the very spot where the Japanese Articles of Surrender were signed and gain a firsthand glimpse into life onboard a Navy battleship during WWII.
Embark on a captivating journey through downtown Honolulu after witnessing the iconic Pearl Harbor. Discover the fascinating history of Hawaii as a knowledgeable driver guides you. Prepare to be intrigued by renowned landmarks such as the legendary Iolani Palace, the remarkable Kawaiaha'o Church, and the historic Hawaii State Library and Archives. See the magnificent 18-foot statue of King Kamehameha, a symbol of Hawaii's rich heritage. Explore the Original Houses, once inhabited by missionaries upon their arrival in Hawaii. Immerse yourself in the vibrant narration provided by your expert driver, who shares local insights, bringing these extraordinary historical sites to life.
No Pearl Harbor tour is complete without a visit to the iconic Punchbowl Cemetery. Known as the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, this remarkable site pays tribute to the brave men and women of the US Armed Forces who made the ultimate sacrifice. As you drive through this somber landscape, take a moment to appreciate the beauty and solemnity that pervades the entire area. Don't miss the chance to explore the Courts of the Missing and the chapel, adding even more depth to your visit.
Round-trip Transportation From Waikiki Locations (North Shore and Ko Olina Locations too)
Four Hours to Explore the Arizona Memorial and Battleship Missouri
Guided Tour Of The Battleship Missouri at Ford Island
Visit The Surrender Deck Where US Involvement in World War II Ended
Watch An Historic Film and Take A Boat Ride To The Arizona Memorial
Visit Historic Sites in Honolulu including the King Kamehameha Statue
Drive Through The Punchbowl National Cemetery
Official Audio Guide Available
Experience the humbling history of the Arizona Memorial, a top visitor destination in Hawaii. Step back in time to the infamous day in 1941 when the United States entered World War II and explore the fascinating exhibits at the expansive visitor center. Pay tribute to the 1,177 crewmen who lost their lives aboard the USS Arizona, the final resting place for these heroes.
But the journey doesn't stop there. Discover the Battleship Missouri, where Japan's formal surrender took place, effectively ending World War II. Explore the multiple decks, galleys, rooms, and guns of the iconic "Mighty Mo."
Take in the beautiful view of the city from Punchbowl, the National Cemetery of the Pacific, and then head to downtown Honolulu for a glimpse of the historic King Kamehameha Statue and nearby buildings, including the majestic Iolani Palace.
Immerse yourself in the rich history and significance of these iconic landmarks and make memories that will last a lifetime.
*Parking: Beginning April 15, 2023, Pearl Harbor National Memorial will charge a parking fee to all those arriving in personal or rented vehicles. The parking fee will be $7/day and will be paid via a virtual pay system through visitors’ mobile devices or through an onsite kiosk located within the Visitor Center complex.
7-Hour Pearl Harbor Battleship Large Group Tour From Waikiki Hotels
|AdultAge 13 and up||$144.99|
|ChildAge 2 and 12||$134.99|
Pearl Harbor Battleships Small Group Tour From Turtle Bay
|AdultAge 13 and up||$179.99|
|ChildAge 2 and 12||$169.99|
Pearl Harbor Battleships Small Group Tour From North Shore Hotels
|AdultAge 13 and up||$179.99|
|ChildAge 2 and 12||$169.99|
Pearl Harbor Battleships Small Group Tour From Ko Olina Resorts
|AdultAge 13 and up||$244.99|
|ChildAge 2 and 12||$234.99|
It is subject to change depending on the ticket times that day. Your small group will have flexibility in what you do as well.
|7:30 AM||Pickup At Your Hotel In Waikiki Or a Nearby Location|
|8:00 AM||Drive through the National Cemetery of the Pacific at the Punchbowl Crater|
|8:30 AM||Arrive at Pearl Harbor|
|9:15 AM||Watch a historic documentary film of the attack|
|9:45 AM||Board a Navy boat for transport to the USS Arizona Memorial|
|10:05 AM||Explore the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center Museum Exhibits|
|10:25 PM||Your guide drives onto Ford Island.|
|10:45 AM||Spend some time visiting the Oklahoma Memorial|
|11:00 AM||Board and tour the USS Missouri battleship at Ford Island|
|12:00 PM||Lunch on your own. Options are available at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, or the USS Missouri.|
|12:30 PM||Honolulu Historic Sightseeing Drive
|1:30 PM||Return to Your Waikiki Pickup Location|
Tour stops may change due to weather, construction, or other unavoidable circumstances for the safety of our guests.
There is no food included on this tour. There will be time to purchase some no-host food at both the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and the Battleship Missouri Museum.
We ask that visitors to the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites dress appropriately and respectfully by avoiding swimsuits. While sandals and flip-flops are permitted, we encourage you to wear closed-toe shoes as there is a lot of walking when visiting the sites. In addition, we recommend visitors avoid skirts and dresses as well as high heels.
No bags are allowed for security reasons, and iPad cases or clutch wallets are not permitted either — a wallet must be no larger than a regular-sized cell phone. The bag storage facility can store your belongings for a fee of $7.00 per bag or $10.00 per bag for more oversized luggage.
Thank you for helping us maintain a respectful and secure environment for all visitors.
It must be a clear bag approved by the US Navy, like the ones pictured below.
Infrequently, due to circumstances beyond our control, the Navy may suspend boat operations to the USS Arizona Memorial, or they may need to restrict boat capacity. In these cases, we may place you in a standby line. We cannot offer refunds in this situation and apologize in advance should this occur. You would still be able to visit the exhibits, the Visitors’ Center, and other park monuments.
There is a full refund on this tour if you cancel at least 72 hours prior to the start of your tour time.