USS Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum Tour

Start at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center to receive your free ticket and a start time for your USS Arizona Memorial program, a 75-minute experience. The USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor gives visitors the opportunity to appreciate the comprehensive museum, learn the history of “the date that will live in infamy” and watch a highly informative documentary on the events of December 7, 1941.

Visitors can still experience free programs at the USS Arizona Memorial, including viewing the site’s 25-minute documentary film and getting a harbor tour of Battleship Row.

Free tour tickets are available at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center on a first-come, first-served basis beginning at 7 Hawaii Standard Time each morning. The Visitor Center operated by the National Park Service is free to the public and has a museum with exhibits about the Pearl Harbor attack, such as the ship’s bell from Arizona. 1 Accessible only by boat, it straddles the sunken hull of the battleship without touching it. Historical information about the attack, shuttle boats to and from the memorial, and general visitor services are available at the associated USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center, which opened in 1980 and is operated by the National Park Service The battleship’s sunken remains were declared a National Historic Landmark on May 5, 1989. The film is an award-winning documentary that provides background information about the days leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor, WWII, and the history of the USS Arizona.

Today, Pearl Harbor remains an active military base, Headquarters of the Pacific Fleet, and a National Historic Landmark that’s home to four unique attractions: from the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor that started it all, to the surrender of the Japanese on the deck of the mighty Battleship Missouri, these four historic sites together tell the story of the War in the Pacific, commemorating the accomplishments of a previous generation. You can also buy tickets for the USS Missouri Memorial tour and the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum at the Visitor Center; shuttle buses then take you to each attraction.

The USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, marks the resting place of many of the battleship’s 1,177 crew members who lost their lives during the Attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. At the center, a large grassy field overlooks the harbor to the USS Arizona Memorial, which sits above the battleship that sank just off Ford Island at the height of the battle.

Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is proud to showcase aviation’s past on historic Ford Island in Honolulu, Hawaii. USS Arizona Memorial Audio Tour, USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park Audio Tour, Battleship Missouri Memorial Guided Tour, and Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum Audio Tour are included.