Visiting Pearl Harbor is the #1 thing to do in Hawaii and we will help you to plan the most memorable trip. According to Franklin D. Roosevelt, the day of the attack at Pearl Harbor is ‘a date which will live in infamy. The Wilkes-Barre Citizens’ Voice reported that last fall, the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency identified the remains of U.S. Navy Seaman 1st Class Edward F. Slapikas, who was one of 429 men killed when the USS Oklahoma was struck by Japanese torpedoes. The site receives an average of 4,000 to 5,000 visitors a day.
You will get the chance to see all the significant sites. The USS Arizona Memorial takes approximately 75 minutes, which includes an immensely moving film footage and boat tour to the museum. You may or may not be able to get another free ticket for the USS Arizona Memorial program; that will depend on how many walk-in tickets are still available. If you’ve tried to reserve tickets but found that none are available for the day and time you want to visit, log back onto on the day before your visit. Every day, releases hundreds of “next day” tickets, beginning at 7:00 a.m. Hawaii Standard Time (HST). We can help you get the tickets and admissions to the sites.
Keep in mind that any other Passport offers you may find online will not include the free USS Arizona Memorial program ticket (documentary, boat ride to the memorial, and time at the memorial). However, we will make sure that all the programs are included in it. Our reservation includes a free, timed USS Arizona Memorial program ticket. The narrated tour adds an additional hour to the USS Arizona Memorial program, for a total of two hours and 15 minutes. There is a restaurant at the Pacific Aviation Museum, and the USS Missouri Battleship has a lunch truck. Within the memorial, visitors will see two distinct areas.