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If you plan to visit quite a few of the attractions at Pearl Harbor, we recommend that you get a Pearl Harbor Pass, which includes a visit to the USS Arizona, as well as admission to the USS Bowfin submarine, the USS Missouri ship, and the Pacific Aviation Museum. With the help of our tour […]

If you are going on Pearl Harbor Tours, make sure that you book your tickets before or reach early to the Visitor Center to receive your tickets. However, you can get in touch with us and we will look after everything. This will allow you to bypass the ticket line and secures your seat on […]

When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941, in the first five minutes of the attack, four battleships were hit, including the USS Oklahoma and the USS Arizona Minutes later, the Arizona exploded after a bomb hit its gunpowder stores, sinking the ship and killing 1,177 of its crew. Schooner’s restaurant is about […]

Sunday, December 7, 1941 was a beautiful morning on the Hawaiian island of Oahu until suddenly Japanese Forces attacked Pearl Harbor. Eighteen months earlier Franklin D. Roosevelt as a deterrent transferred the United States Pacific fleet to Pearl Harbor. After the attack, a good number of the battleships were salvaged and repaired which allowed for […]

The way Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japanese Forces was dishonorable and went against Japanese traditions of “bushido,” or the way of the samurai, to strike before declaring war. Japan’s aviators took off from their aircraft carriers that morning believing their government had delivered a declaration of war. Martinez said some survivors have understandably wanted […]

On December 8, 1941, the United States declared war upon Japan in response to the December 7th attack, a date which will live in infamy in the history of the U.S. and, particularly, in the history of the United States Navy. Less than one hundred years after LT Curtis’ report, the Empire of Japan attacked […]

Pacific Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor is a non-profit organization. The memorial was designed to accommodate 2,400 visitors a day, but it now gets twice that, drawing 1.5 million visitors a year as the state’s top tourist destination. In September 2010, the Pacific Aviation Museum signed the lease on the Ford Island Control Tower and […]

When you travel to Pearl Harbor, make sure to pause at Remembrance Circle, which pays tribute to the men, women, and children, both military and civilian, killed as a result of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The visitor center includes a spacious bookstore, numerous interpretive wayside exhibits, and a lovely waterfront promenade. Explore the exhibit […]