Pearl Harbor National Memorial
Pearl Harbor National Memorial
Pearl Harbor National Memorial

Pearl Harbor National Memorial Tours and Tickets

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Made up of several historic sites and memorials, Pearl Harbor honors and educates the public about the Japanese attack on the United States on December 7, 1941 that propelled the country into World War II. It’s one of Hawaii’s most-visited attractions, and one of the country’s most significant WWII memorial sites.

  • Arizona Memorial Way, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96818

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Sarah_K, Nov 2023
Very good experiece
Finn was great driver and guide. The bus was clean and he was on time. The time spent after drop off was on your own. Enough time to do movie,museum and trip to USS Arizona. We had to change our tour company a week before our arrival ,due to the other company could not accommodate us for 11 4. I am glad Karma tours we able to accommodate us. If you are looking for a guided tour this is not for you,but it guaranteed us tickets to the Arizona and pick up across from our hotel.
Michelle_P, Oct 2023
Informative and well planned tour with a great guide
Our tour guide “Juicy” was a real character proving lots of relevant information as well as creating a fun atmosphere and sharing some funny anecdotes. He arrived on time for pick up. The bus was very clean. He told us multiple times the different points we were to go and times which was very good. The Pearl Harbour memorial is well planned offering a moment of reflection on a time in history when so many gave their lives.
John_F, Oct 2023
Great and memorable Experience
Driver was great. Loved his information to and from Pearl Harbor. The site was clean and not too crowded. Each worker and volunteer was super friendly. Very organized. My wife’s first time and she had a great time. The Bowfin was very interesting and the staff answering questions was great. His bless those who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941
Joanna_M, Oct 2023
It’s was a good tour
Nice tour awesome memorial water fountain weren’t working bathroom we’re not clean our tour guide Michael was great
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Q:What is the best way to see the Pearl Harbor Memorial?
A:The best way to experience the Pearl Harbor Memorial is by visiting the USS Arizona Memorial and the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Reserve tickets in advance to ensure entry, arrive early, and take the guided tour for in-depth insights. Exploring the museums and exhibits adds context to the historical significance of the site.
Q:Can you visit Pearl Harbor Memorial without a tour?
A:Yes. Visiting Pearl Harbor National Memorial independently allows you to explore at your own pace. It's free to visit and wander around the visitor center, so take your time to learn the site’s history through the exhibits and memorial theater.
Q:How long do you need at Pearl Harbor Memorial?
A:Plan for an hour or two to see the main exhibits and pay your respects at the Pearl Harbor National Memorial. However, if you also plan to add a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial, Battleship Missouri, and other memorials, then you'll want to allow a full day.
Q:Is there a dress code for Pearl Harbor memorial?
A:No, there's no official dress code, but the site is a memorial—a place of solemnity and reflection. It's only fitting that you dress in a manner that reflects the gravity of the occasion, so choosing attire that's modest and respectful is appreciated.
Q:What is the best day to go to Pearl Harbor memorial?
A:Weekdays, especially Tuesday through Thursday, tend to be less crowded at the Pearl Harbor Memorial. Arriving early in the morning enhances your chances of securing tickets and experiencing the site with fewer visitors. Visiting on December 7—the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor—is an extra poignant way to experience the attraction.
Q:Is Pearl Harbor National Memorial accessible?
A:Yes, the Pearl Harbor National Memorial is an accessible site. With no hills or steep stairs, the entire area is welcoming to those with limited mobility. There are also wheelchair locks on the boats that transfer visitors back and forth to the memorial.