Veterans Day at Pearl Harbor
Arizona Memorial Shuttle with Pacific Aviation Museum
Battleship Missouri
USS Battleship Missouri Flags
Pearl Harbor Visitor Center
King Kamehameha Statue
Iolani Palace is one of the sights to be seen beyond Pearl Harbor
Kawaiahao Church
Arizona Memorial Anchor

Remember Pearl Harbor – Arizona Memorial & Battleship Missouri Tour


From: $103.00
Rated 4.71 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)

Visit the most popular sites at Pearl Harbor – the USS Arizona Memorial and the Battleship Missouri.

Location: Pick-up in Waikiki 

Included:

  • Honolulu City Tour
  • USS Arizona Memorial (boat tickets included)
  • USS Missouri Battleship

Tour Time (approx): Pick-up 6:30 AM – Drop-off 1:30 PM

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Description

Most visitors to Hawaii want to see what are often called the “bookends of World War II in the Pacific.” It begins with the attack on Pearl Harbor and the bombing of the USS Arizona, and ends with the signing of the surrender documents on the USS Missouri.

This tour includes a visit to both the USS Arizona Memorial and the Battleship Missouri. Transportation, guide, entrance fees, and tickets are all included.

The incredible film at the WWII Valor in the Pacific Visitor Center sets the scene, vividly depicting the attack on December 7, 1941.

At the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center you’ll have free time to explore the exhibits, museums, and bookstore. You will also have time for a snack or meal before going to the nearby Battleship Missouri. Aboard the “Mighty Mo,” you’ll enjoy a guided tour of this massive ship and learn about her historical importance.

On your return to Waikiki, see the historic district of Honolulu while your guide shares the history of Hawaii, from the time of the monarchy and territory to statehood and the present day

You’ll return to your hotel after a day packed with memorable sites and interesting history. A great way to Remember Pearl Harbor.

7 reviews for Remember Pearl Harbor – Arizona Memorial & Battleship Missouri Tour

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Carol

    Very humbling to visit this National Memorial. The dock had been damaged and was not due for repair until the fall of 2019 but the boats that take you out get very close. There was a tour guide on the boat that actually witnessed the attack. It was informative and heartbreaking all at the same time.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Pam

    They played a 20 minute movie in a theater before taking us out on a boat to cruise by the memorial and it was still really nice, got a few good pics. Makes one think of the great sacrifices our service men and women make each and every day. Thank you.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Pei

    This was our favorite place of interest. Quite a few choices for all level of interest. Highly recommended and interesting even if you had failed your history exams like me! You are taken to the Arizona by a navy boat,it is a round trip. Due to repairs to the monument you cannot get off and walk around, but it still a moving and amazing experience.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Marcus

    The Pearl Harbor tour is something very special- it documents the events leading up to December 7, 1941 in a way which is clearly understandable to all ages, and is truly eye – opening.  The whole place is beautiful, and well kept. The video show at the auditorium can be quite moving, and significant if you’ve had someone in your family experience WW2, firsthand.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Henry

    We, like many others, have heard of Pearl Harbor many, many times in our lifetime. In movies, history and fictional books and even from our parents and grandparents.  The highlight was the documentary on the attack, and the trip on the navy shuttle to the USS Arizona Memorial. While you cant step onto the Memorial at the moment because the anchor system is being repaired, it’s still definitely worthwhile doing the tour.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Justin

    This was the highlight of our trip, such an interesting place. After the video, the Navy would take visitors on a boat ride, to view the USS Arizona Memorial. The sunken ship can actually be seen.  The Memorial was closed due to repair works, nonetheless, it was a good and educational tour. 

  7. Rated 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    We couldn’t bring our kids to Hawaii and not take them to the memorial. The story and sacrifice is daunting and important to remember, there are many exhibits and is much more than just the Arizona Memorial  We were disappointed that the service dock is still under repair but the Park Service and Navy did a great job in still giving you the best experience possible.

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Description

Description

Most visitors to Hawaii want to see what are often called the “bookends of World War II in the Pacific.” It begins with the attack on Pearl Harbor and the bombing of the USS Arizona, and ends with the signing of the surrender documents on the USS Missouri.

This tour includes a visit to both the USS Arizona Memorial and the Battleship Missouri. Transportation, guide, entrance fees, and tickets are all included.

The incredible film at the WWII Valor in the Pacific Visitor Center sets the scene, vividly depicting the attack on December 7, 1941.

At the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center you’ll have free time to explore the exhibits, museums, and bookstore. You will also have time for a snack or meal before going to the nearby Battleship Missouri. Aboard the “Mighty Mo,” you’ll enjoy a guided tour of this massive ship and learn about her historical importance.

On your return to Waikiki, see the historic district of Honolulu while your guide shares the history of Hawaii, from the time of the monarchy and territory to statehood and the present day

You’ll return to your hotel after a day packed with memorable sites and interesting history. A great way to Remember Pearl Harbor.

Reviews (7)

7 reviews for Remember Pearl Harbor – Arizona Memorial & Battleship Missouri Tour

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Carol

    Very humbling to visit this National Memorial. The dock had been damaged and was not due for repair until the fall of 2019 but the boats that take you out get very close. There was a tour guide on the boat that actually witnessed the attack. It was informative and heartbreaking all at the same time.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Pam

    They played a 20 minute movie in a theater before taking us out on a boat to cruise by the memorial and it was still really nice, got a few good pics. Makes one think of the great sacrifices our service men and women make each and every day. Thank you.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    Pei

    This was our favorite place of interest. Quite a few choices for all level of interest. Highly recommended and interesting even if you had failed your history exams like me! You are taken to the Arizona by a navy boat,it is a round trip. Due to repairs to the monument you cannot get off and walk around, but it still a moving and amazing experience.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Marcus

    The Pearl Harbor tour is something very special- it documents the events leading up to December 7, 1941 in a way which is clearly understandable to all ages, and is truly eye – opening.  The whole place is beautiful, and well kept. The video show at the auditorium can be quite moving, and significant if you’ve had someone in your family experience WW2, firsthand.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Henry

    We, like many others, have heard of Pearl Harbor many, many times in our lifetime. In movies, history and fictional books and even from our parents and grandparents.  The highlight was the documentary on the attack, and the trip on the navy shuttle to the USS Arizona Memorial. While you cant step onto the Memorial at the moment because the anchor system is being repaired, it’s still definitely worthwhile doing the tour.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Justin

    This was the highlight of our trip, such an interesting place. After the video, the Navy would take visitors on a boat ride, to view the USS Arizona Memorial. The sunken ship can actually be seen.  The Memorial was closed due to repair works, nonetheless, it was a good and educational tour. 

  7. Rated 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    We couldn’t bring our kids to Hawaii and not take them to the memorial. The story and sacrifice is daunting and important to remember, there are many exhibits and is much more than just the Arizona Memorial  We were disappointed that the service dock is still under repair but the Park Service and Navy did a great job in still giving you the best experience possible.

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