Not only is the cemetery itself a lovely site, there are views of the island and Diamond Head that should not be missed.
This memorial brings to light some of the cost of our wars. The memorial lists the names of over 29,000 men and women who were lost in our wars and their resting places are not known. It is a beautiful contemplative place to visit and gives thanks for their sacrifices that we may have our freedom.
This was way better than i was expecting. So beautiful and serene. The Memorial is very impressive and lovely. Also follow the paved path that runs up the hill (to the left and slightly behind the memorial) that will lead you to a terrific view of Honolulu.
After a full day visiting all of the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites we decided to pay a visit to the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. We drove around and found it to be absolutely beautiful and a perfect place for our fallen military to be laid to rest.
My brother told us about this memorial and said we absolutely must visit. It was lovely and our tour driver was very informative. The only disappointment was our inability to get out of the tour bus while on the grounds.
Driving on the cemetery was a somber experience. Seeing thousands of grave markers showed the price that was paid for us to be able to visit this memorial. Time actual memorial was done with each war given its own area. Well worth the trip to honor all of the vets.
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