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 Instrument of Surrender on the USS Missouri. The Remember Pearl Harbor Tour is the perfect way to see the two important Pearl Harbor sites even if you are limited on time. All admissions, transport, and a knowledgeable, certified guide are included.
This tour runs daily with Waikiki pick ups and every Thursday and Saturday from Ko Olina Hotels.
This tour originates from Waikiki. If you are staying in Ko Olina, please see the Remember Pearl Harbor Tour from Ko Olina.
No bags of any size are allowed anywhere at Pearl Harbor. This includes backpacks, camera bags, purses, luggage, and fanny packs must all be left at the baggage storage at the entrance to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. For diaper needs, we suggest parents and caregivers include these baby items in a clear sealable under the stroller seat for clear visibility and access.
You can pick up your headset for the audio tour near the Information Desk at the Visitors Center.
Pearl Harbor is an accessible site, there are no hills, and the paths are mostly flat. Wheelchairs are not available for rent at the park. There are benches placed around the visitor center and there are wheelchair locks on the US Navy navy boats to and from the memorial that sport visitors back and forth to the Memorial.
Motorized mobility devices are welcome at the Visitor Center and on US Navy Vessels, and the USS Arizona Memorial.
Strollers are welcome on site but can only go so far as the USS Arizona Memorial pre-boarding area at the Park Theater. Strollers are not permitted on US Navy vessels or the USS Arizona Memorial, please bring a baby carrier as an alternate option in these areas.
Due to the Pearl Harbor National Memorial's no-bag policy, only bring snacks and water bottles that you can carry. There is a small snack shop on site that carries various sundry snacks and cold beverages as well as restaurants throughout the area. There are water fountains located throughout the park to use or refill water bottles.
We recommend that all visitors consider this site is for remembrance and reflection of the loss of life in service to the United States, therefore please plan for appropriate dress. Battle dress uniform is not allowed on the memorial, though it is allowed throughout the visitor center and at sites on Ford Island. Military visitors are welcome to wear civilian attire when visiting.
Come prepared with comfortable shoes as you will be on your feet throughout your visit, including a hat, sunglasses, and reef-safe sunscreen are recommended.
Pearl Harbor Tour
Pearl Harbor Tour
Pearl Harbor Tour
Although flights are non-refundable, non-transferable, and non-changeable, please give us notice as soon as you know that you will not be able to go on the tour and we will try to work with our airline partners to reschedule you. While this has happened, it is not a guarantee.
Most of our tours will include a full refund in such cases. Tours including airfare and combo tours may operate depending on the circumstances. If they operate, unused admissions will be refunded.
The movie at the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center, the boat to the Arizona Memorial, the Arizona Memorial, and the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center are all out of our control. If there is a closure for safety, weather, mechanical or other causes, tours that have already departed are not eligible for refunds.
Rescheduling is not allowed within 24 hours of the tour. Because this is within the 24-hour cancellation policy, it is non-refundable.
Your pick-up location will be sent to you after booking. It is the guest's responsibility to be at the pick-up location at the time scheduled. Failure to be at the correct location or the correct time is considered a no-show and will not be rescheduled or refunded.