USS Arizona Memorial

With over 2 million visitors per year, Pearl Harbor is the most visited site in all of the Hawaiian Islands. The USS Arizona Memorial is one of the most popular memorials at Pearl Harbor, attracting curious visitors who wish the see the sunken ship. The memorial is built on top of the sunken Battleship USS Arizona located on Battleship Row at Ford Island. The 75-minute tour includes a 25-minute film, a Navy boat ride to the USS Arizona Memorial, and time to walk through the Memorial and time to give your respects.

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The History of the USS Arizona Memorial

People arriving at the USS Arizona Memorial
USS Arizona Memorial
21.3665° N, 157.9368° W

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Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control, the Navy may suspend boat operations due to maintenance or weather issues to the USS Arizona Memorial at any time,  or impose a capacity restriction on the boat.  As a result, you may be placed in the standby line.

With only a 150 person capacity at a time, programs often sell out months in advance. It is highly suggested that you book your tour in advance to avoid the disappointment of missing this important historical site.

As a national park site, the program is designed to accommodate those needing additional accessibility. The restrooms, theater, exhibits, bookstore, information desks, Navy shuttle boats, and Arizona Memorial are all fully-accessible to visitors in wheelchairs.

An audio tour is available in seven languages: English, French, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, German, and Spanish. This audio tour is developed with a fascinating narration of the museum, visitors center, and waterfront exhibits, as well as on the shuttle boats and on the Memorial.

You can pick up your headset for the audio tour near the Information Desk at the Visitors Center.

The documentary shown in the theater is fully captioned (in English). There is an induction loop for use with hearing aids. Visually-impaired visitors will find signage in braille in addition to tactile models of various interpretive resources throughout the site.

The USS Arizona isn’t just a sunken ship. It’s also the final resting place for the crew who lost their lives. Be sure to pay your respects in the Shrine Room, where the names of all the crew are listed.

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