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Pacific Historic Parks Is The official 501(c)(3) Cooperating Association for the Pearl Harbor National Memorial.

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Official Pearl Harbor USS Arizona Tours

USS Arizona in the Pacific National Monument

Explore the $65 million Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, which includes free admission, outdoor exhibits, two world-class museums, the Pearl Harbor Virtual Reality Center, the official USS Arizona Memorial Tours, the USS Arizona Memorial Museum Store, and access to more Pearl Harbor Historic Sites.

The Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is open 362 days a year from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Movie/boat tours to the USS Arizona Memorial run from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., leaving every 15 minutes on US Navy shuttles that hold up to 145 passengers. Come learn about this important historic site, a must-do experience in Hawaii.

One of Hawaii's Premier Experiences
★★★★★

Happy to have visited

"Stopped in on our vacation even though the actual memorial is not open to step foot on, there are other things to remember the past on site, if you do take the tour it is very knowledgeable of the past, definitely glad I brought and showed my 11-year-old daughter"

– Mark S. · TripAdvisor
Very touching experience.

"Every U.S. citizen should see this. One of the most moving experiences of my life reliving the sacrifices made that day and all the lives lost and still entombed in the sunken ship. Great history lesson for all Americans!"

– Darcy C. · TripAdvisor
Humbling Experience

"Wonderful place to honor our fallen brothers and sisters. We did the Passport to Pearl Harbor which includes everything. It’s an entire day spent at Pearl Harbor, USS Missouri, The Bowfish Submarine, Pacific Aviation Museum and all the little extras you get from the tour guide."

– Dayamí A. · TripAdvisor
A hike to great views

"We were not able to tour the memorial itself because there were ongoing repairs, but we took a boat ride to see it, and watched an excellent film about it at the grounds. There is still a lot to see and experience, and it was well worth the trip to visit."

– Dayneech · TripAdvisor
Thank you for making it easy

(5/16/23) We took in the solemn facts of the events. We had gotten the narrative headset from trip advisor with admission. We had also gotten the separate tickets from recreation.gov for $1.00 each, to go on the boat to the Arizona Memorial. It was incredibly easy and fast to gain access and enjoy our day at our pace.

– Lou M. - TripAdvisor