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Please Note: Per the National Park Service, boats to the USS Arizona Memorial have been suspended until further notice. The memorial grounds and museums remain open.

WWII: Honor the Heroes and Historic Honolulu - 7 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.

Enjoy a meal provided by one of Hawaii’s locally popular restaurants. Then you will continue the excitement on a guided tour through historic downtown Honolulu. Visit the National Cemetery of the Pacific. Hear the stories (mo’olelo) of Iolani Palace, Hawaii State Capitol, Aloha Tower, and Kawaiaha`o Church that will leave you with a lasting impression of Hawaii past./p>

Itinerary Highlights

  • View the dramatic film recounting the tragic event that took place at Pearl Harbor
  • Embark the USS Arizona memorial to pay tribute to servicemen
  • Self-guided tour of the Road to the War and Attack Museum
  • Observe the “black tears” of the USS Arizona Memorial
  • Stand on the Surrender Deck of the USS Missouri “The Mighty Mo”
  • Lunch Stop- A daily menu will be present to you early in your tour giving you an opportunity to select your meal
  • 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

WWII Battleship Tour Itinerary

  • View the dramatic film recounting the tragic event that took place at Pearl Harbor
  • Embark the USS Arizona memorial to pay tribute to servicemen
  • Self-guided tour of the Road to the War and Attack Museum
  • Observe the “black tears” of the USS Arizona Memorial
  • Stand on the Surrender Deck of the USS Missouri “The Mighty Mo”
  • Lunch Stop- A daily menu will be present to you early in your tour giving you an opportunity to select your meal
  • 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:

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

Tour Time

Ko Olina Departures

  • 7:30 AM (Approx Return 2:30 PM)
  • Available Monday and Wednesday

Reserve a Pearl Harbor tour and visit both the USS Arizona Memorial and Battleship Missouri Memorial.

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About Pearl Harbor Destinations

  • Battleship Missouri Memorial – The "Mighty Mo" is behemoth at 900 feet and 58,000 tons. The USS Missouri was the last American battleship ever built! Climb aboard the Missouri and stand on the Surrender Deck where WWII ended.
  • USS Arizona Memorial - The USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor was built over the final resting place of the sailors and Marines killed on the USS Arizona during Pearl Harbor. The monument preserves the memories of those who served. Also, observe the “Black Tears” of the USS Arizona, oil from the wreckage.
  • Punchbowl National Cemetery - The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, also known as the Punchbowl, is a national cemetery and serves as a memorial to the United States Armed Forces.
  • Iolani Palace – Discover Hawaii’s royal heritage at the Iolani Palace and the only palace in the United States. Located in downtown Honolulu, the palace has been restored to its former glory with original palace furnishings and authentic artifacts.