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US Army Museum of Hawaii

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US Army Museum of Hawaii

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Nomad527202 wrote a review Jul 2020
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Great place to get out of the hot sun as its nearly on the sand. The docents are former military and really knowledgeable, it makes their day when you visit,and its free!! Donations gladly appreciated. Interesting too!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Cjack wrote a review Mar 2020
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From the outside it looks like an old military building and we didnt expect much when we wandered in today to get out of the rain. Inside was a hidden gem that we felt rivaled the exhibits at Pearl Harbor. It's much larger inside than it looks from the outside. The exhibits offer military history beginning with early Hawaiians and continues past Vietnam. There are weapons, uniforms, models, historical photos and a vast amount of information. Must see in Waikiki!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from HAMSExecDir, Manager at US Army Museum of Hawaii
Responded Mar 19, 2020
Mahalo (Thank you) for taking the time to visit the museum. We appreciate the feedback and hope to see you again! Aloha!!
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Bill H wrote a review Mar 2020
Traverse City, Michigan839 contributions282 helpful votes
Interesting displays and a chance to dodge the mid day sun. Allow about 1 hour. No fee but they do accept donations as it is a non-profit.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from HAMSExecDir, Manager at US Army Museum of Hawaii
Responded Mar 17, 2020
Mahalo (Thank you) for stopping in and checking out the museum. Your assistance is greatly appreciated. We hope you do visit us again! Aloha!
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Michael B wrote a review Mar 2020
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A gem and the cost is free. Fantastic exhibits inside of this old bunker. Good for the young and old.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from HAMSExecDir, Manager at US Army Museum of Hawaii
Responded Mar 10, 2020
Mahalo (Thank you) for visiting the museum. We hope that you thoroughly enjoyed yourselves and will visit us again! Aloha.
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RLD808 wrote a review Mar 2020
Oahu, Hawaii5,192 contributions50 helpful votes
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The U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii is housed inside Battery Randolph, a former coastal artillery battery, located at Fort DeRussy Military Reservation. The museum's collection contains some World War II armor pieces, an AH-1 Cobra helicopter, and small arms indoors, as well as the battery itself. The battery's main guns were scrapped prior to the inception of the museum. Museum exhibits cover the military history of early Hawaii and the post-annexation history of US Army warfare in the Pacific hemisphere including World War II, Vietnam, and Korea. The museum also includes a "Gallery of Heroes" honoring recipients of the Medal of Honor and the Distinguished Service Cross. The admission is free, but check their hours of operation prior to attempting to visit. This is a great activity to do if weather is bad and you can't go to the beach. Great for all ages and is easy to navigate if you have walking issues.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Response from HAMSExecDir, Manager at US Army Museum of Hawaii
Responded Mar 6, 2020
Mahalo (Thank you) for taking the time to visit our museum and posting a review. Your feedback is greatly appreciated and we hope you'll visit us again. Aloha!!
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