Get the most sought after USS Missouri tours by Located near the USS Arizona Memorial, USS Missouri is an integral part of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument at Pearl Harbor along with other historical sites such as the USS Arizona Memorial, USS Bowfin Submarine Museum Park, and the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. The Memorial’s stated mission is to “create and maintain a fitting memorial to the people and historic events reflecting our nation’s legacy of duty, honor, strength, resolve and sacrifice.”

The Battleship Missouri Memorial is the place where you can fell the past come alive. You can step into time some 70 years ago when on the morning of December 7, 194, the Japanese forces had launched a surprise attack on the U.S. Pacific Fleet that was anchored at Pearl Harbor. As a result of the attack, the United States was catapulted in the World War II. It is your chance to visit the USS Battleship Missouri Memorial and pay your respects to the soldiers who gave their lives for the country’s safety and welfare. The memorial was inaugurated and opened to the public on January 29, 1999. So remarkable was the effect of memorial was on people that there were more than 400,000 visitors in the very first year of its opening. It is the perfect opportunity for people to revisit the past, and that is why they have affectionately named the battleship as the “Mighty Mo”.

If you are planning to go to the Missouri, you can get in touch with us as we will see to all your requirements such as comfortable transport, admissions and tickets. It is suggested that the best time to visit the memorial is to reach there early in the morning because if you go there late it is going to be crowded. The opening time for the Battleship Missouri Memorial is at 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. You can easily buy the tickets from the ticket window of the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park which is located on the opposite side of the parking lot from the USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center. But, if you want to save yourself from the hassles, it is also possible to book the tickets online in advance.

Our experienced tour guides will assist you to provide the introduction to the ship’s layout, systems, and weapons along with the history of the ship. You can also see the spot on deck where the Japanese army surrendered to the United States, thus ceasing the World War II.

We have tours operating from Oahu, Maui, Big Island and Kauai.

Tour Highlights:

  • Witness the breathtaking guns of the “Mighty Mo.”
  • Experience a walk at the Surrender Deck on which the WWII ended.
  • Know about Kamikaze dent.
  • Get the chance to watch the footage of that surrender ceremony.
  • See the various exhibits.
  • Visit the USS Oklahoma Memorial.

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