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Pearl Harbor is more than a sightseeing tour in Hawaii. Here you will pay tribute to the fallen men and women who died fighting for their country in a surprise attack on their home soil by over 250 Japanese planes, an event that would cost over 2,000 American lives.
Pearl Harbor is the definition of Oahu tours, and with Best Tours Hawaii.com you will experience it like non other. Beginning in the new Pacific Historic Parks Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, you will see replicas and actual artifacts as well as a short film detailing the events of December 7th, 1941. From there you can explore Pearl Harbor at your leisure, visiting the essential landmarks of one of the most historic sites in the world.
A boat will take you to the USS Arizona Memorial where you can gaze down into the crystal clear blue water where she lies, the final resting place of 1,177 men; every name is inscribed in marble in a tribute to those who died. As you hear the sound of a flag rippling in the wind and you look out over the blue waters into the horizon, you will feel the power of the moment reflected in the history around you.
Transportation to and from Pearl Harbor will be provided as well as the Visitor Center admission fee, your tour guide will even wait in line for your tickets so you can take the time to reflect on the moment.
The USS Arizona, Missouri & Punchbowl Crater Tour is the essential memorial experience for all those interested in learning the full history of one of the most important events in the world. Seeing where World War II began and ended is now possible in one day's visit. Truly one of the most important Pearl Harbor tours.
Your Pearl Harbor Tour will begin at the new Pacific Historic Parks Pearl Harbor Visitor Center where you will see not only actual artifacts from that day but also painstakingly detailed replicas and a short film about the attack on Pearl Harbor and the consequences following.
From there you will be taken through the events that led to one of the largest wars in history being told little-known-facts along the way, truly taking "Oahu sightseeing" to a new level.
Feel the power of the moment reflected in the history around you as you stand at the final resting place of the USS Arizona at her Memorial in Pearl Harbor. Every name of the 1,177 gallant men who died that day are listed in a marble tribute to their sacrifice.
Stand in the exact spot where World War II ended when the Empire of Japan surrendered aboard the USS "Mighty Mo" Missouri and read a copy of the official signed document.
Pay tribute to the 429 Marines and Sailors who died aboard the USS Oklahoma at her memorial, the most recent addition to Pearl Harbor.
Last stop is the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl Crater, where 38,000 aligned markers honor and remember the men and women of the US Armed Forces who made the ultimate sacrifice serving their country.
Visiting Pearl Harbor is something you will never forget. Whether you are looking for things to do in Hawaii or wanting to pay tribute to a site of great sacrifice, this Pearl Harbor tour will teach you more about that day than any way possible.Your transportation to and from Pearl Harbor will be provided as well as admission to the Visitor Center. Your tour guide will even wait in line for your tickets so you can spend the time reflecting on one of the most important places on earth.
Strict security measures prohibit purses, handbags, fanny packs, backpacks, camera bags, diaper bags, luggage and/or other items that offer concealment. Visitors may bring cameras, cell phones, and wallets, although since no bags are allowed, you are encouraged to pack lightly.
A storage facility operated by the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park is available in the immediate area of the entrance to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. There is a nominal storage fee of $3 per bag. The storage facility is in operation daily 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Visitors may use the same bag storage and parking stall for visits to all Pearl Harbor Historic Sites.
These security measures are strictly enforced at all visitor destinations on Pearl Harbor. Although federal law enforcement officers and security bike patrols monitor the parking lots, please do not leave items of value in your car.
Visitors to the USS Arizona Memorial, the USS Oklahoma Memorial and the USS Utah Memorial should remember that these memorials commemorate those who died as a part of the December 7, 1941 attack. These memorials are places of honor, inspiration, reflection, and quiet contemplation. Visitors are asked to assist in maintaining an atmosphere of decorum.
Strollers are allowed in the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, but not in the theaters or on shuttle boats to the USS Arizona Memorial. While strollers may be parked at the theaters and picked up once the visitors return from the Memorial, NPS is not responsible for monitoring strollers or other personal items left behind.
We encourage you to plan ahead for your hydration and nutritional needs. While only bottled water is permitted on the actual tour, you are welcome to bring your own food and drinks into the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Concessions are available for purchase on-site as well.
Visitors are reminded that they are visiting a site of tremendous loss of life in service to our country. Sandals are permissible, but bathing suits or profane T-shirts are discouraged.
Military visitors to the National Monument are within the boundary of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, and military regulations relating to military dress are enforced by Navy personnel. Per the Pacific Commander, military visitors in uniform are required to dress in Class "B" or better in order to gain access to the shuttle boats to the USS Arizona Memorial. Battle dress uniform is not allowed on the USS Arizona Memorial, though it is allowed throughout the visitor center and at sites on Ford Island. Military visitors are welcome to wear civilian clothes when they visit.
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We were looking for the best Pearl Harbor tours and we decided to do the full thing with the Missouri Punchbowl tour. Totally worth it. Was so amazing to actually see the ship in the water, and the stand where the Japanese surrendered. The pictures we took are now our FB icons and they will probably stay that way for a long time. Thank you Best Tours Hawaii.com
My wife and I were looking for things to do in Hawaii when we thought of the Pearl Harbor Tour. Best Tours Hawaii.com made it easy so we could enjoy. Definitely one of the most important Hawaii tours ever. Thank you!
Visiting Pearl Harbor changed my life. More than just a tour, it's an experience. To see where so many people fought and died, and something that changed the history of the world forever. Truly a humbling experience. Glad we went to Oahu to see it!
Pearl Harbor was amazing. My son and I were searching for Hawaii tours when we realized we were so close to Pearl Harbor. To actually stand where so many things happened... My son loved the museum and the replicas. Thank you Best Tours Hawaii.com.
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