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ABOUT PEARL HARBOR
On December 7th, 1941, the naval base at Pearl Harbor in South Oahu was attacked by Japanese forces. This surprise attack claimed the lives of 2,403 Americans and propelled the United States into World War II. 19 U.S. Navy ships were damaged or destroyed, including the fated USS Arizona, which sank to the bottom of the harbor with 1,777 servicemen still onboard. The USS Arizona remains in the harbor, and the memorial erected on the ship’s hull attracts more than 1.7 million visitors annually. Today, Pearl Harbor is home to numerous museums and monuments that honor the lives lost in 1941 and tell the story of the day that lives in infamy. Pearl Harbor is also still a fully operational naval base, home to 18,000 service members.
Wander through the colossal USS Missouri, walk through warplane hangars still dotted with bullet holes, pay respects at the USS Arizona Memorial, and learn about the 1941 events that influenced world history. This exhaustive tour offers a thought-provoking, in-depth look at Pearl Harbor. Throughout the day, you’ll visit each memorial and museum located within the harbor- each one as compelling as the last. In addition to visits to the USS Arizona and USS Missouri, this tour explores the USS Bowfin Submarine, the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, and the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.
This comprehensive tour runs from 6:45 am to 4:15 pm and includes entrance to the museums and memorials and luxury transportation to and from Waikiki. Along the drive from Waikiki, you’ll also witness other historical Hawaiian landmarks, like the Iolani Palace, the King Kamehameha Statue, and the Hawaii State Capitol. In addition, there are numerous options for lunch within Pearl Harbor. However, you can opt for a pre-paid lunch at the Pacific Aviation Museum by booking ahead.
Honolulu • Waikiki• Pearl Harbor
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