Roundtrip transportation from Waikiki in an air-conditioned minibus with expert narration, time to browse the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, war documentary, navy shuttle, USS Arizona Memorial, ride over to Ford Island in the middle of Pearl Harbor (must have valid photo ID) to see the USS Missouri Battleship. Walk over and see the USS Oklahoma Memorial. Then go for a tour of Downtown Honolulu and the Punchbowl Crater National Veterans Cemetary before returning to Waikiki.
USS Arizona Memorial - The USS Arizona Memorial is built over the remains of the sunken battleship USS Arizona, the final resting place for many of the 1,177 crewmen killed on December 7, 1941 when their ship was bombed by Japanese naval forces. Please Note: the USS Arizona Memorial is operated by the US Government and access is by shuttle boat - so if the shuttle is undergoing maintenance or on very windy/stormy days the shuttle does not operate and nobody is able to see the USS Arizona Memorial.
USS Missouri Battleship - The USS Missouri was launched on January 29, 1944, and is the last U.S. battleship ever built. After joining the battle for Okinawa, she became the site of the Japanese surrender on September 2, 1945. Today, she stands proudly overlooking her fallen sister ship, the USS Arizona, providing closure for America's fight to bring peace to the Pacific.
USS Oklahoma Memorial - The USS Oklahoma Memorial was dedicated December 7, 2007 on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor. Remembering 429 Marines and Sailors who lost their lives onboard the USS Oklahoma at Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941. Combine the Oklahoma Memorial with visits to the Battleship Missouri Memorial Museum or the Pacific Aviation Museum, also located on Ford Island.
Valid photo ID required to enter Ford Island. Shirts Required. No swim suits. No bags at pearl harbor (check them for $5 per bag or rent one of the lockers).
*USS Arizona Memorial not guaranteed! We know it's absurd for the USS Arizona Memorial to not be guaranteed on a tour of the USS Arizona Memorial, but things happen. If it gets too windy, the military can't safely land the shuttle-boats on the memorial and the ride out is cancelled is one example. The memorial has been closed since May 2018 due to damage to the bridge. If a helicopter crashes in the harbor, they cancel the boat rides out.