Ford Island is located in the middle of Pearl Harbor, and is connected to the main island by the Admiral Clarey Bridge. Several active Navy facilities operate from the island, which is restricted to active military personnel and authorized transportation carriers. Visitors to the island are able to visit the USS Missouri Battleship and the Pacific Aviation Museum, as well as the monument honoring the USS Oklahoma.
Ford Island Museums and Memorials:
USS Missouri, Pacific Aviation Museum, USS Oklahoma Memorial, USS Utah Memorial
Location: Pearl Harbor, Oahu Hawaii
Awards and Recognition: Ford Island was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1964, and has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places since 1976.
Tours With Ford Island Access
See where WWII began and ended. You’ll explore the USS Arizona Memorial and the USS Missouri Battleship at Pearl Harbor. Plus, enjoy a tour of downtown Honolulu.
8A - Departs: 6:00am Returns: 1:30pm
8B - Departs: 8:40am Returns: 3:45pm
8C- Departs: 12:00am Returns: 6:30pm
For the history buffs, this tour is perfect! Visit the USS Arizona Memorial, the USS Bowfin Submarine, the USS Missouri Battleship and the Pacific Aviation Museum all in one day. Also featured will be a driving tour through downtown Honolulu.
Departs: 6:00am Returns: 4:45pm