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Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

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Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor

Arizona Memorial & USS Missouri

Visit the most popular sites like the USS Arizona Memorial and the Battleship Missouri Memorial.

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Boat Tours to Pearl Harbor’s infamous Battleship Row are operating.

Pearl Harbor is still open and visitors can see the Battleship Missouri, Bowfin Submarine, Pearl Harbor Visitor Center Exhibits, and the Pacific Aviation Museum. As always, tours may be suspended at times due to unsafe weather conditions.

What Island are you On?

Located on the Island of Oahu, we offer tours that include airfair if traveling from a neighbour island.

Pearl Harbor was the site of an event that changed not only the United States but the world. December 7th, 1941 marks the fateful day the Japanese launched a surprise attack on the unsuspecting base on the island of Oahu. The shocking offensive left 2,403 dead and over 1,000 wounded. The Japanese onslaught also forced America out of its stance of isolation and into war production, eventually shifting the tide of history in favor of the United States and her allies.


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The Heroes The Ships The Attack

Pearl Harbor Tours

At Pearl Harbor today, visitors have the opportunity to stand directly above the remains of the USS Arizona, one of the ships sunk during the attack. Feel the weight of history as you read the names of the men lost that day and understand that you are standing over their final resting site. Be sure to visit the Battleship Missouri, the ship on which the Japanese signed the Instrument of Surrender that ended World War II. Pearl Harbor Tours are available daily and include round-trip transportation.

Pearl Harbor is located on the island of Oahu, “The Gathering Place” in the Hawaiian language. Oahu is home to the majority of the 1.42 million inhabitants who reside on the major islands of Hawaii, and offers a unique blend of island beauty and city amenities. Inter Island Tours are available daily and include round-trip transportation.

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featured tour

Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor

Arizona Memorial & USS Missouri

Visit the most popular sites like the USS Arizona Memorial and the Battleship Missouri Memorial.

From: $94.00

Book Your Tour
View All Tours

Boat Tours to Pearl Harbor’s infamous Battleship Row are operating.

Pearl Harbor is still open and visitors can see the Battleship Missouri, Bowfin Submarine, Pearl Harbor Visitor Center Exhibits, and the Pacific Aviation Museum. As always, tours may be suspended at times due to unsafe weather conditions.

What Island are you On?

Located on the Island of Oahu, we offer tours that include airfair if traveling from a neighbour island.

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Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary

75th Anniversary of the Attack

December 7th, 2016 marked the 75th anniversary since the Japanese Attack. To commemorate the event and honor those who fought for our freedom, we've built an interactive historic timeline detailing some major events that followed after the United State's entrance into WWII.


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Pearl Harbor Survivor Alvin Mays Dies at 96

Pearl Harbor Survivor Alvin Mays Dies at 96

More than 76 years ago, the United States suffered the loss of more than 2,400 lives on the devastating morning of December 7, 1941. From the Pearl Harbor attack there emerged people who would go on to become pillars of their communities and well-known figures. One such man was Alvin Mays. For many years, the […]

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The Nelsons of USS <em>Arizona</em>

The Nelsons of USS Arizona

The December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor was an effort by Imperial Japan to destroy—or at the very least seriously disable—the US Navy’s Pacific Fleet. Battleships serving out of Pearl Harbor were primary targets, including the USS Arizona (BB-39). The mighty vessel was hit by four bombs, the last of which ignited her forward […]

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USS Arizona Memorial

The USS Arizona Memorial was constructed above the battleship USS Arizona where 1,177 service members lost their lives. The Memorial was built to honor all of the 2390 Americans who died during the Pearl Harbor attack on December 7, 1941.