Guide to The USS Arizona Memorial Tour and Tickets

The USS Arizona was sunk on December 7, 1941, during Japan’s surprise attack on Pearl Harbor that brought the United States into World War II. The remains of many of the 1,177 U.S. military personnel who died aboard the Arizona are still inside the wreck. The damage that closed the site to visitors occurred when tugboats were “assisting” the USNS Mercy, an 894-foot-long, 69,000-ton hospital ship, inside the harbor, the U.S. Navy Region Hawaii said in a Facebook post.

Visit the USS Arizona Memorial, Battleship Missouri and USS Bowfin Submarine during your discovery of World War II history! Book your Pearl Harbor tickets today with Hawaii’s best-reviewed tour company! You can opt to see them for free or pay $7.50 for the narrated headphones (Audio tour).

The Pearl Harbor program consists of a 23-minute documentary film of the actual attack, a 10-minute boat ride to the Arizona memorial, and 15-minutes at the memorial. The National Park Service (NPS) will provide live or recorded commentary during tours to enhance our visitors’ experience to the greatest extent possible. However, the last program of the day for the full the 75 minutes’ interpretative program is at 3 pm.

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There will be a No-Host Lunch Stop at Laniakea Cafe Inside Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, and additional meal opportunities at Visitor Center and USS Missouri Entrance. And for those who want to see the Arizona Memorial but also do some sightseeing around the island of Oahu, we offer the Oahu Circle Island with Pearl Harbor Tour.