What most people mean by Pearl Harbor tickets is the 75 minute National Park program that includes a 23 minute historical film and a round trip boat ride to board the Arizona Memorial.
To clarify, those are Arizona Memorial tickets. Pearl Harbor has many tickets in addition to the Arizona Memorial including tickets for the Battleship Missouri, the Pacific Aviation Museum, the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum.
How do I get all of these Pearl Harbor Tickets?
Tickets to each site are included on Pearl Harbor Tours that include those sites. For example, if you purchase the Remember Pearl Harbor Tour it visits both the Arizona Memorial and the USS Missouri. Tickets/admission to both sites are included with the tour.
If you just want to get Arizona Memorial tickets, you can buy a Pearl Harbor & City Tour, which includes round trip transportation from Waikiki and the Arizona Memorial Tickets. The City Tour portion is on the way back from Pearl Harbor.
If you have your own transportation and do not want to go on a tour, you reserve your tickets in advance at the Pearl Harbor Visitors Bureau. They offer the Passport to Pearl Harbor, which includes admissions and audio tours to all of the sites at Pearl Harbor (except the Arizona Memorial movie/boat tour). It is recommended that you arrive by 6am in order to improve your chances of getting Arizona Memorial movie/boat tour tickets. All members of your party must be present to obtain tickets. You can also try to arrange tickets in advance on recreation.gov.
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