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Was disappointed when we arrived at Pearl Harbor and was unable to visit the USS Arizona Memorial. They did take the boat very close to it and you could see the ship below. I was told by many that it is a must see, so...More
We had to visit Pearl Harbor and the Arizona while in Oahu. It is very moving to actually see it in person versus all the movies seen in history classes or on tv. Sadly the memorial is closed due to structural issues but you can...More
If you are going to Oahu you have to visit Pearl Harbor. The history here is amazing. We did the Missouri and the Aviation Museum also. These are great for any age. The Arizona Memorial was still being worked on and we couldn't stop. They...More
I have always wanted to visit Pearl Harbor and was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to visit this past February. The whole experience was truly heart moving. We were unable to get into the Arizona memorial due to the dock needing repairs, which was...More
OK...yes the area is getting slightly run down but there is a ton of renovation active. And we could not get on the memorial itself due to problems with the landing area. It is still one of the most moving and educational experiences of my...More
The USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL is an extremely heart moving and inspiring place to visit. It is a very patriotic and sacred UNITED STATES Landmark. Being a Former Marine it is extremely emotionally for me and I have nothing but respect for my fallen brothers...More
The first thing we did when we landed in Hawaii after checking into the hotel was to go and pay our respects to the soldiers and civilians who made the ultimate sacrifice. The grounds of Pearl Harbor are very nice. The memorial to the Arizona...More
Our USS Arizona Memorial Tour involved being picked up early (5.45am), driving to Pearl Harbor and being given amazing purple donuts and drinks before entering the visitors centre. We were then given tickets for the theatre presentation and boat trip where there was commentary pointing...More
We visited the Arizona memorial and USS Bowfinn today. Very impressed with the presentation, boat ride and the museum attached to the tour. Shame about not being able to go onto the platform but still worth it. The narrated headset tour is well worth the...More
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Pearl Harbor is still open for business and still the most popular tourist destination. The Arizona itself remains closed but the Navy launches still go out into the harbor next to the sunken Arizona, and next to the... More
Pearl Harbor is still open for business and still the most popular tourist destination. The Arizona itself remains closed but the Navy launches still go out into the harbor next to the sunken Arizona, and next to the Battleship Missouri which is parked right next to the Arizona. Free tickets are available to Pearl Harbor on the National Parks website. With out advance tickets, waiting in line when you get there can be impossibly long.
When you go inside the park, almost straight ahead is an open concession type of building where you can pick up free passes for the boat ride around the memorial. There are a limited number of free passes daily. Go early... More
When you go inside the park, almost straight ahead is an open concession type of building where you can pick up free passes for the boat ride around the memorial. There are a limited number of free passes daily. Go early and get your pass there. It was not overly crowded the day I went but we just missed the current boat ride. They have a schedule and we were on the next ride.