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USS Arizona Memorial & Historic Honolulu - 5 Hours

Honor the crew aboard the USS Arizona that perished in the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The Arizona Memorial serves as the final resting place for nearly 2,000 servicemen. Honor the memory of those who lost their lives and see their names engraved in this monument dedicated to them.

Your tour docent will introduce you to Pearl Harbor once you arrive. Your docent will coordinate your admission tickets, self-guided headsets, and give you an overview of the facility. Self-guided headsets will allow you to experience the museum and other exhibits on display.

Then you will continue the excitement on a guided tour through historic downtown Honolulu and the National Cemetery of the Pacific. Hear the stories (mo’olele) of Iolani Palace, Hawaii State Capitol, Aloha Tower, and Kawaiaha`o Church that will leave you with a lasting impression of Hawaii past.

Pearl Harbor Tour Itinerary

  • View the dramatic film recounting the tragic events that took place at Pearl Harbor
  • Embark the USS Arizona memorial to pay tribute to 2,000 servicemen
  • Self-guided tour of the Road to the War and Attack Museum
  • Observe the “black tears” of the USS Arizona Memorial
  • Take trip through the City of Honolulu to take in the sights
  • Learn the history of Hawaii’s King Kamehameha, and take a photo at this statue
  • See 1 of 2 Royal Palaces on American soil the beautiful “Iolani Palace”
  • Immerse yourself in the History of Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific
  • View the Unique Hawaii State Capitol Building and the Aloha Tower
  • Hear the stories (mo’olelo) of downtown Honolulu historic Kawaiaha`o Church

What to bring:

  • Sunscreen, Hat and Sunglasses
  • Comfortable shoes for walking
  • Water bottle

Tour Time

Waikiki Departures

  • 7:45 (Approx Return 12:45 PM
  • Available Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

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About Pearl Harbor Destinations

  • USS Arizona Memorial – A 184 ft long structure, the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, HI, marks the final resting place of the sailors and Marines killed on the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor. The monument preserves and commemorates the stories of the Pacific War, and is visited by millions of people each year.
  • Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific - The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific dubbed Punchbowl is a national cemetery and serves as a memorial to those who have served the United States Armed Forces. On Memorial Day each year, special ceremonies are held and graves are decorated with leis.
  • King Kamehameha Statue – There are several Kamehameha Statues throughout Hawaii including the most recognized statue in front of the Hawaii State Supreme Court and across from Iolani Palace. The18-foot bronze statue was sculpted by Thomas Gould in Florence and is one of Oahu’s most photographed landmarks.
  • Iolani Palace – Discover Hawaii’s royal heritage at the Iolani Palace, the royal residence of the rulers of the Hawaii. Located in downtown Honolulu, the palace has been restored to its former grandeur with original palace furnishings and artifacts. It’s open to the public for guided tours and special events throughout the year.
  • Kawaiahaʻo Church – Known as the "Westminster Abbey of the Pacific" and “The Great Stone Church,” Kawaiahaʻo Church was made from coral reefs hauled from the sea. The church and the mission houses comprise the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site.