Hawaii is often associated with the tropical sun, beautiful beaches and food but your visit to this paradise will be incomplete until you visit the Pearl Harbor. A place where the echoes of history can still be felt, the sunken ships can still be seen and decommissioned battleships can be strolled upon.
Pearl Harbor is among the most popular places in Hawaii and provides an immensely moving experience filled with powerful and emotional moments. At Pearl Harbor you can visit different memorials, museums, and historical places present here, each one recounting a hair-raising story from the history. President Franklin Roosevelt said at the time “December 7, 1941 – a date that will live in infamy – the United States was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.” Thousands of visitors all around the world still come here to pay respect and recall the sacrifices given by our soldiers.
USS Arizona Memorial is among the focal points at Pearl Harbor. It was heavily damaged during World War II. Come and visit this legendary memorial dedicated to the martyrs. Close to it is the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park where you can climb aboard the Bowfin and experience the feelings of those valiant soldiers who had been there in the WWII. The Battleship Missouri Memorial which is often called the “Mighty Mo,” is extraordinary historical bookend to the US campaign in the Pacific because it was where the war had ceased. You can stroll on board, see the exhibitions, peep into the officer’s quarters and even take a self-guided audio tour or the assistance of the guides. There are other important landmarks and places that you must visit like Visitor Center, USS Oklahoma Memorial and the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor.
Whether you are visiting Pearl Harbor from Oahu, Maui, Kauai or Big Island, we can help you to provide amazing tours. Our tours by Island include:
- Tours from Oahu
- Tours from Maui
- Tours from Big Island
- Tours from Kauai
Pearl Harbor Tour Experience Includes:
In order to make your Pearl Harbor tour experience a memorable one, be sure to visit following historical landmarks:
- Battleships of WWII
- Dole Plantation
- Polynesian Cultural Center Tour
- Historic Honolulu City Tour
- USS Arizona Memorial
- Aloha Stadium Swap Meet
- Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
- Oahu Circle Island Tour
- USS Oklahoma Memorial
- USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park
- Pearl Harbor Museums & Memorials
- World War II Historic Narration
- Authentic Film Footage of Attacks
- Unique Displays of War Memorabilia
- Historic Downtown Honolulu City Tour
- Hawaii State Capitol Building
- Iolani Palace and Kawaiahao Church
- King Kamehameha the Great Statue
- Historic Ali’iolani Hale
- Punchbowl National Cemetery
Important Travel Tips For Pearl Harbor Tour:
Purchasing a Harbor Pass
It is possible to purchase a pass that will enable you to visit some of the attractions at the Harbor such as the USS Missouri ship, USS Arizona, Bowfin Submarine and Pacific Museum. This pass can be used for 30 days and includes shuttle transport to and from Pearl Harbor and Waikiki.
Places to Stay while on Visit
The most recommended place to stay during the Pearl Harbor tour is Honolulu. You can also check into hotels at Waikiki Beach or rent the AirBnb rentals.
However, procuring tickets and passes can take a large amount of your time and effort. There are long cues and big number of people and the availability of the tickets is only limited. But we can help you secure your tickets in advance so that you don’t have to waste your time. You can utilize this time in seeing the museums, memorials, and exhibits of the Pearl Harbor Visitor’s Center!
Pearl Harbor remains an important part of the history and we must never forget the sacrifices and bravery of our soldiers. A trip to Pearl Harbor will enable you to show your respect and honor the brave martyrs.