This exciting Oahu tour to Pearl Harbor is a full immersion experience into World War II history. From the site of the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor to the signing of the surrender aboard the USS Missouri, you’ll walk in the footsteps of America’s courageous heroes. See the USS Arizona, the resting place of more than 1,000 sailors killed in the 1941 attacks, and jump aboard the USS Bowfin to learn about its key role in the WWII battles.
Your Pearl Harbor day tour begins with a pickup from your hotel and a drive to the Arizona Memorial Visitor Center, where you'll see the artifacts from the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. You’ll then take a ride on the Navy launch across Pearl Harbor to the Arizona Memorial itself. There you can view the sunken remains of the USS
Arizona and the resting place of more than 1,000 sailors killed in the 1941 attack.**
Next, you’ll enjoy an audio-guided tour aboard one of the world’s most famous submarines, the USS
Bowfin, which is nicknamed the “Pearl Harbor Avenger” for its instrumental role in the epic WWII battles in the Pacific. Then head to Hawaii’s newest and most exciting museum, Pacific Aviation Museum, and fly back in time to learn about history’s greatest aviation heroes.
Finally, take a special guided tour of the United States’ last and most famous battleship, the USS
Missouri, where the Japanese surrendered to the Allies in 1945. This tour will provide you with a complete Pearl Harbor experience, as well as unforgettable memories of Hawaii.
**Note: Access to the USS Arizona Memorial is suspended until further notice to address the "structural integrity of the facility." Structural repairs are being made to the visitor boat-loading ramp. Visitors will be taken on tours of the harbor in the vicinity of the Memorial but visitors will not be able to step off the boats and onto the Memorial itself. We will monitor updates from the National Park Service and will advise when normal operations resume. All museums, bookstore, shore side informational placards are still available at Pearl Harbor. The last update from Pearl Harbor is they hope to have the repairs done in 2019.