USS Arizona Memorial
Learn About The Pearl Harbor National Memorial On Oahu In Hawaii
Every year over 1 million people visit Pearl Harbor National Memorial and take part in the Arizona Memorial program making this one of the most popular national monuments and activities in the nation. The memorial is built over sunken Battleship Arizona, built and launched in 1916 and was destroyed on Dec. 7th, 1941, when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. It is the final resting place for over 1100 sailors and marines.
Other highly-visited historic sites include the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Washington D.C., along with Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, and Castillo de San Marcos in St Augustine Florida.
There are set times to take part in the Arizona Memorial Program. We like to arrive to the visitor center in plenty of time to clear security, and store personal bags if needed. You must check in at the theater 10 minutes before the tour starts.
Explore Oahu island on a day trip from Maui, Kauai or Big Island of Hawaii. The ultimate Oahu experience, the circle tour allows you to see the best of Oahu in a small group setting. Look out for plantations, film sites, and more!
The ultimate Oahu experience, the circle tour allows you to see the best of Oahu in a small group setting. Look out for plantations, film sites, and more!
Attention history lovers: the Complete Experience dedicates an entire day to exploring Pearl Harbor and includes admission and transportation to all sites, even those on the active naval base.
Enjoy a full day at Pearl Harbor! Explore every location and attraction inside Pearl Harbor’s Valor in the Pacific National Monument.
Get the VIP-treatment with a private tour, including a private guide, custom itinerary, fast track tickets, and more.
This is an ideal way to experience "Old Hawaii" and learn the history of the entire island chain. You’ll see Pearl Harbor, Windward Oahu, and the Polynesian Cultural Center.