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Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
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Reviewed 3 days ago

Our family chose to have a docent guide us around the airfield so we could get more out of the experience. I bought the tickets online way ahead of time. Our docent's name was "Scudder" and he was great. He knew his history inside and out. It made a much more meaningful experience. We went at 9am tour and that made for a much nicer experience with less crowds.

Thank Melinda K
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Many planes to view from WWII trainers ,that President Bush senior trained on, to more modern planes. Also you can see the only hangar that survived the bombing at Pearl Harbor. You can still see windows and walls that were straffed by bullets during the attack.

Thank Fun2Trvl77
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Not Worthy, spend lots of time to take shuttle bus and transit to the museum. And the exhibition are boring.

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Thank 88sabrinal
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Reviewed 6 days ago

The museum was well laid out. Hanger 37 provided a great history of WWII and the different planes used during the war. Hanger 79 was more of place to store planes, but was as impressive and had many planes used well after WWII. If you go at the right time yo can seen workers restoring some of the planes. Don’t miss it is you have the chance to go.

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

If you're interested in the Second World War, particularly the war in the Pacific & obviously Pearl Harbor then this must be considered. If you have an interest in American aviation from the Cold War, then you have to see this place.
Go on the website for details of how to get here & what there is to see, I paid $20 for the basic ticket and that got me everywhere and I saw everything there was to see. It is fantastic and I spent a couple of hours here.
Get there early, car parking is very limited so go on a weekday.

Thank simono440
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Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband loves all things aircraft, and this Aviation Museum with its history from WWII was excellent. The aircraft hanger still has the original windows and spray bullet holes from the day it was attacked. It's amazing to see and sad at the same time. The restoration of the aeroplanes and the variety to see are excellent. Both interesting for an enthusiast and everyone else.

Thank lidiar323
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I have visited the Pacific Aviation Museum four times and enjoyed watching the collection grow. There is always something to learn and always under the perfect skies. Plan on visiting again in two years.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you like history and seeing aircraft and damage from WW2 this is the place to go has alot of planes and shows how Pearl Harbor was attacked and still has bullet holes in hangar

Thank Larry W
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is a tremendous experience. Your learning from the time you arrive until you leave. The aircraft are on par with the San Diego Air and Space, or Smithsonian Air & Space. Great value, and spend plenty of time.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a small museum that is comprised of two hangers on Ford Island but both hangers are packed with aviation history. We took the shuttle from the Pearl Harbor but you can also access this museum if you have a military ID and a personal vehicle. The staff were all very friendly and the exhibits we're very well done. The main hanger is dedicated to the attack on Pearl Harbor and WWII in general. Each aircraft on display has its own personal history detailed on the display which was awesome. The second hanger is mostly just aircraft on display both inside an outside. Some of these planes are fully restored but others are in various stages of restoration which was cool to see. The second hanger also still has bullet holes visible in it's windows from the Japanese attack.They also have a flight simulator (more like a video game as opposed to a moving simulator) that was fun and free if you have a coupon. I highly recommend adding the Pacific Aviation Museum to your Pearl Harbor tour, it was more than worth it.

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