Arizona Memorial Tour

HISTORIC SITES

ONLY $16r/t

Arizona Memorial Shuttle

Visit historic Pearl Harbor, the site of the United States entrance into World War II on board the USS Arizona Memorial and the USS Missouri Battleship.

• Exclusive reservations-only shuttles
• New luxury vans with A/C
• Narrated tours by our drivers
Free WIFI!

ONE WAY

$13+tax

ROUND TRIP

$16+tax

Two pick-up times available: 5:45am or 7:45am

BOOK 5:45 am

BOOK 7:45 am

 


TAKE A BREAK FROM THE SPIRITED ATMOSPHERE OF WAIKIKI TO IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE HISTORY OF THE ARIZONA MEMORIAL IN PEARL HARBOR.

"Located in Pearl Harbor, the Arizona Memorial consistently ranks among the top three most-visited tourist destinations in the State of Hawaii. Visitors should expect heavy foot traffic all year, but our busiest seasons are during the summer, winter holidays, and spring break. The Arizona Memorial often sees more than 4,000 visitors per day."

Our shuttles will take you from your Waikiki hotel to the Arizona Memorial for a 6-hour tour of the historical landmark. Our staff of expert drivers will deliver you back to your hotel in one of our WiFi-enabled shuttles, once you finish your tour.

THE ARIZONA MEMORIAL TOUR

Take a somber journey through the events of December 7, 1941 – when the tragic attacks on Pearl Harbor took place. You can experience a series of museums and memorials erected to honor those who were lost, and to appreciate their sacrifices that were so crucial to United States’ victory during World War II.


HIGHLIGHTS

ARIZONA MEMORIAL BRIDGE
The Arizona Memorial’s main feature is the iconic white bridge with both ends rising while the center dips towards the sunken ship below. Dedicated on May 30, 1962, the bridge is a metaphor for the war; the dip represents the depression of the war, and the ends point up as a symbol for the eventual triumph of the war.

In addition to a deeply moving audio tour of the memorial - with personal accounts from survivors of the attacks - you may even see some Pearl Harbor survivors there, sharing their stories. After you’re finished touring the various museums, the submarine, and the educational theaters, you can also board a boat to see the fallen ships resting on the bottom of the harbor.

THE PEARL HARBOR VISITOR CENTER
Open daily from 7:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving Day, December 25, and January 1.

Tours begin at 8:00 a.m. and run through 1:00 p.m. daily. Our WiFi-enabled shuttles to Waikiki will be waiting to bring you back, skillfully navigating you back to your hotel while you enjoy time for reflection.

The USS Oklahoma Memorial and USS Utah Memorial on Ford Island are both open from dawn to dusk; the USS Oklahoma Memorial is available to the public via shuttle, but access to the USS Utah Memorial is currently limited to visitors who have military base access.