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Take an immersive tour of Pearl Harbor’s most well-known sites on a full-day tour from Waikiki. Learn how the United States entered WWII and pay your respects to those who lost their lives.
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DescriptionLearn about Pearl Harbor and the events of December 7, 1941 on this day trip from Waikiki. Take a boat ride to visit the Arizona Memorial, see exhibits related to the attack, and take a tour of the Battleship Missouri. After pickup in Waikiki, explore World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. See museum exhibits, footage from the attack, and other park monuments. Experience a boat ride to visit the USS Arizona Memorial over the sunken battleship. Head over the Admiral Clarey Bridge and drive by the USS Oklahoma Memorial on your way to the Battleship Missouri. Enjoy a guided tour of the ship, led by an expert docent. You’ll be dropped off back in downtown Waikiki at the end of the tour.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off Visit to WWII Valor in the Pacific Guided tour of Battleship Missouri Access to exhibits USS Arizona Memorial Program
- Please note, there is no drive through the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) until further notice. To allow guests more time at Pearl Harbor, and to explore each stop in the city, Punchbowl will be a sightseeing highlight instead of a drive through
- On rare occasions, and due to external factors, including inclement weather and/or shortages of boat launch tickets, there is the possibility of not being able to visit the Arizona Memorial during your visit. You will still be able to visit the many Arizona exhibits and visitor’s center and other monuments at the park