Experience one of Hawaii’s most tragic and memorable experiences, December 7, 1941, “a day that will live in infamy.” Tour Pearl Harbor, the scene of the United States’ entrance into World War II.
On this important excursion you will: Board the Navy Shuttle Boat for an 8-minute nostalgic journey across the Harbor to visit the final resting place of many of the 1,177 crew members who lost their lives aboard the USS Arizona. Take a scenic drive through Honolulu’s China Town and Punchbowl - National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Catch a glimpse of Iolani Palace, home to Hawaii’s last King David Kalakaua. Relive the history of downtown Honolulu on a narrated drive past the King Kamehameha statue and Kawaiahao Church – one of the first Christian churches in the islands.
- Boarding of the USS Arizona Memorial cannot be guaranteed in the event of late departure from the pier, ongoing repairs, adverse weather conditions or cancellation of the launch to the Memorial by the U.S. Navy.
- Due to increased security measures, the following items are prohibited, along with any other items that allow concealment: Backpacks, diaper bags, fanny packs, camera bags, purses, luggage, shopping bags, and large cameras.
- Baggage storage will be available at the Pearl Harbor Visitor’s Center for a $5 fee.
- Please expect lines and crowding at this site.
- Arizona Memorial tickets are given out on a first-come, first-served basis, therefore wait time at the Arizona can be up to 2 hours.
- Deadline for bookings is 6pm previous day to ships arrival into port.