Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge

Pearl Harbor is located on the Island of Oahu and touring the Pearl Harbor Memorials is an exciting way to experience American history and explore one of Oahu’s most famous attractions! Inter Island Tours are also available daily and include round-trip transportation. We offer tours that include airfare if traveling from a neighbor island. Whether you’re visiting Hawaii during December or anytime throughout this anniversary year, we can help you to book all your tickets, admissions and transportation. We will help you to learn more about the parks, directions, safety, accessibility, and more. Some can be booked up to two months in advance, others are released the day before, and some are held for the day of the tours.

With our help, you can book your tickets in advance so that you do not have to stand for hours in the entry line to the Road to War and Attack museums. We will also provide admission to the USS Arizona Memorial.

You will also get the chance to take a boat ride to and from the USS Arizona Memorial. It also includes the film footage of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. Users of the Pearl Harbor Memorial Project are able to share survivor stories online through an intuitive system for managing text, audio, and photos.

We will tell you also about the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge which is the first bridge in the U.S. with an extraordinary design—a hybrid of a cable-stayed and box girder structure—which allows the structure to accommodate longer spans than a girder bridge while using shorter towers than a conventional cable-stayed bridge. The new I-95/I-91/Route 34 interchange at the southern approach to the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge includes three lanes in each direction. The 10-lane bridge, known locally as the Q-Bridge, crosses the Quinnipiac River and replaced the original six-lane Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge, which was built in 1958 and designed to accommodate 40,000 vehicles daily.