Every year about 1.6 million tourists visit Pearl Harbor’s unique collection of war memorials and museums, all clustered around a quiet bay where oysters were once farmed. We offer Pearl Harbor tours from all the four Hawaiian Islands.
Early on December 7, 1941, citizens and service members alike in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, faced terror as Japanese planes rained fire on the island in a stunning surprise attack. USS Arizona Memorial tour starts at the visitor center. The tour includes a 23-minute film and a ferry to and from the USS Arizona Memorial off Ford Island and the time on the memorial. The opportunity to pay respects to the fallen sailors and brave heroes of December 7, 1941, while feeling first hand the emotions of the Pearl Harbor attacks is something that all visitors to Hawaii should experience.
Like nothing else in Hawaii, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor brings aviation history to life. Adjacent to the US Navy mooring points known as Battleship Row, the island was at the epicenter of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Because Ford Island is still part of the active military base Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, tourists gain access via the National Park Service’s Halawa Landing, now known as the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites, for tickets to the museum and then are transported via tour bus onto the installation for the museum and the USS Missouri. 5 6 7 The plan included 500 new homes for Navy personnel, a new child development center, a new Navy lodge, and the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor. The Pacific Aviation Museum in Pearl Harbor is located on historic Ford Island, an active military base.
The Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is located on the Ford Island and is home to several different planes. Visitors to Bishop Museum will get to experience a different perspective of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Tickets for USS Missouri and Pacific Aviation Museum are purchased at the visitors center. Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor was listed as the eighth top aviation attraction in the United States by TripAdvisor 45 In 2007, the museum was awarded a preservation award from the Historic Hawaii foundation for “a specific project that preserved, rehabilitated or restored a historic building, object, site or district” in the redevelopment of hangar 37.