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Millions of people visit Pearl Harbor every year. It is the topmost visited site in Hawaii and that is because of a historically significant incident. Pearl Harbor is the Hawaiian naval base that was attacked by Japanese forces on December 7, 1941, killing over 3,500 Americans. This attack propelled the United States to join joining […]

After being closed to visitors over a year, the USS Arizona Memorial finally reopened for walk-on access this on Sep. 1, 2019. The memorial at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu Hawaii stands like a lasting proof of individuals who sacrificed their lives on that fateful day of December seventh in 1942. Book USS Arizona Memorial tour […]

This powerful historic journey takes you back to the start and end of WWII with visits to two well-known Pearl Harbor Battleships: the USS Arizona Memorial and Battleship Missouri Memorial. En-route to battleships at Pearl Harbor, our knowledgeable guide will narrate the key incidents that started the initial morning aerial attack. When you reach Pearl […]

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day is celebrated annually on December 7th. The day commemorates the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii during World War II. 2,403 American servicemen lost their lives and over 1200 servicemen were injured during this attack. It isn’t a federal holiday but the day is a special observance […]

USS Arizona Memorial is open now! Book  Pearl Harbor Tours today and get 10 % off during Thanksgiving Sale. Get the opportunity to visit the monuments of Pearl Harbor including the USS Arizona Memorial, USS Bowfin Submarine, USS Missouri Battleship, Pacific Aviation Museum and more. Below are the top tours that will allow you to make […]

What Happened On Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941? A major U.S. Navy base near Honolulu was attacked by Japanese forces. In the morning, just before 8 a.m, Japanese planes made a surprise invasion from aircraft carriers on Pearl Harbor. 20 American naval vessels, in which there were eight battleships, were either badly damaged or completely destroyed. […]

Lauren Bruner, 98, died Tuesday, September 10, 2019, in California. He was one of the last four survivors of the attack on the USS Arizona by Japanese on Dec. 7, 1941. Bruner was the second to last sailor to leave the sinking USS Arizona in Pearl Harbor when it was attacked. He had joined the […]

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