USS Arizona Memorial Tour
USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL
Built over the sunken wreckage of the USS Arizona you’ll find the iconic Arizona Memorial. The Battleship, made famous on that infamous day, is the watery grave of the 1,177 Navy Sailors that were killed on December 7, 1941 when Pearl Harbor was bombed by the Japanese. The sunken battleship was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1989, and is now a must-see destination for anyone taking a trip to Hawaii.
After watching the documentary featuring real footage from the day of the bombing, you will take a Navy passenger boat over to the Arizona Memorial. There, you will view the sunken Arizona, witness the black tears, and pay homage to the wall of names dedicated to the fallen soldiers below. Please Note that on rare occasion the US Coast Guard determines that the water conditions of the harbor are not safe for the ferries to bring visitors out to the memorial. We are unable to offer tour refunds when this occurs as it is uncontrollable.
THE PEARL HARBOR VISITOR CENTER
The Visitors Center will be your hub while touring Pearl Harbor regardless of which package you choose. It is the first building that you check-in to, and the location where shuttles to the other attractions depart and return from. While no bags of any kind are allowed within Pearl Harbor, the Visitor Center does offer lockers available for rent.
In addition to having food and beverage concessions, the Visitor Center is also home to 2 different museums named “Road To War” & “Attack” which come included with your admission to Pearl Harbor. It is also from the Visitor Center where you will watch the Pearl Harbor Documentary, and depart on the boat to the Arizona Memorial.
PREMIUM TRANSPORTATION & SERVICE
Aloha Pearl Harbor takes pride in having the highest reviewed guides and drivers in the industry. Just read some of the reviews to see the impression the staff leaves with our guests. In addition to being ambassadors of aloha, we run a fleet of premium quality 25 passenger limo buses that are spacious and air conditioned.
Also, keep in mind that Pearl Harbor is an early morning activity. So, in addition to convenient Waikiki pickup locations, we also offer Hot Kona Coffee, Cold Bottled Water, and a special Hawaiian treat from a local bakery to help you get going in the morning.
BONUS HONOLULU CITY TOUR
In addition to experiencing Pearl Harbor & Arizona Memorial on this tour, the fun continues when we leave Pearl Harbor National Park. After a short drive through Honolulu, we’ll arrive at the Oahu statue of King Kamehameha the Great. The statue had its origins in 1878 when Walter M. Gibson, a member of the Hawaiian government at the time, wanted to commemorate the 100-year arrival of Captain Cook to the Hawaiian Islands.
After paying our respects to the king, it’s off to the Punchbowl National Cemetery… Also known as the “Arlington of the Pacific.” It is the perfect way to conclude a day immersed in history and gratitude.
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Making A Reservation
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PLEASE NOTE: No refunds issued for cancellation unless the request is made outside of 24 Hours from the Activity Start Time. Bookings made within 24 hours of the pickup time cannot be cancelled. We are happy to reschedule guests who miss the bus for a fee less than the regular price if space is available.