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USS Arizona Memorial

USS Arizona Memorial

4.5/5182 Reviews
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Memorial Hall
Business hours TBA (Local time)
The USS Arizona was perhaps the most famous ship sunk on December the seventh, 1941 at Pearl Harbor. This massive vessel took more than one thousand sailors down with her, whose bodies she still protects today. This is one of the most moving memorials this side of the yet to be completed freedom towers in New York City. Visitors here are treated to a shuttle that takes them to the memorial, offers professional and moving narration, before returning to the main park grounds. Best of all, admission to this historic location is absolutely free, although it's based on a first come first served basis. Worth noting are the black tears of the Arizona. These minute traces of oil have been leaking from the vessel since she went down, and are thought to represent the constant tears shed as America never forgets this "date that shall live in infamy."
Missouri Battleship Memorial

Missouri Battleship Memorial

4.5/5154 Reviews
Memorial Hall
Business hours TBA (Local time)
Of Pearl Harbor's many historic ships the affectionately named "Mighty Mo" might just be the most famous one still holding water. It was from the deck of this very vessel that General Douglas MacArthur signed the document officially signifying the end of the war in the pacific, and generally putting the final nail in the coffin on one of the world's darkest chapters. The huge guns found adorning this proud battleship are now a remnant of an era long since past in terms of naval strategy. Take the opportunity to check out this fleeting example of the pinnacle of cannoned bearing ocean power that also happens to be one of the most historic battleships in the fleet.
Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor

4.5/569 Reviews
Museum
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The Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor was founded in 1959 to develop an aviation museum in Hawaii. It was ultimately formed in 1983 inside the Honolulu International Airport. The Aviation museum is located on the Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The museum's hangars depict damage from the attacks on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Ranked eighth in the world, this aviation museum is home to several planes from World War II. It also features some planes from World War 1. Prominent among the hangers is Hanger 37 which covers 42,000 square feet of area. A visual delight for world war buffs and aviation lovers, the museum features extensive aircraft collection. It also has a gift shop selling aircraft memorabilia and a restoration shop. Visitors are provided a 12 minutes long video introduction which explains the history of Pearl Harbor along with documentary footage of the 1941 attacks on the harbor by Japan.
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum

Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum

4.6/594 Reviews
Museum
Open from 8:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
The World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument at Pearl Harbor Hawaii is both one of the top sights in Hawaii and is also one of the most historically important. More than two thousand American soldiers and civilians passed away that fateful day on December 7, 1942 and this somber memorial pays their heroic memories due honor. Entrance into the statue itself is free, as is a ride out to the popular USS Arizona Memorial, although they are on a first come first served basis. There are also a variety of other attractions to see, including the USS Bowfin Submarine, the USS Missouri, and the freshly remolded Pacific Aviation Museum. In addition to the museum, the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center itself undertook a drastic renovation at the end to 2010 that permitted this beautiful open-air facility to better take advantage of the picturesque Hawaiian bay that it sits near. If you are on Oahu, do not miss your chance to tour and learn at this truly historic location. The best time to visit is right away in the morning, before the tour buses arrive.
Mauna Kea Observatories

Mauna Kea Observatories

4.1/541 Reviews
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Science & Technology Museum
Open from 9:00am-9:30pm (Local time)
USS Bowfin Submarine Museum

USS Bowfin Submarine Museum

4.4/532 Reviews
Museum
Business hours TBA (Local time)
Hawaiian US Army Museum

Hawaiian US Army Museum

4.4/540 Reviews
Museum
Tuesday-Saturday 9:00-16:15, closed on Sunday-Monday. (Local time)
Washington Place

Washington Place

4.2/519 Reviews
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Museum
USS Bowfin Memorial Park

USS Bowfin Memorial Park

4.5/522 Reviews
Museum
Open from 1/1-12/31,7:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
The Bowfin Memorial Park is a place dedicated to the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument at Pearl Harbor. For a meager admission price you can include this attraction full of history to your day at Pearl Harbor, and learn the shocking past of one of the navy's most victorious vessels. The USS Bowfin went through nine tours of duty in the Pacific, accumulating innumerable "kills" over that span of time. Japanese decals are spread on the ships hull in abundance, exemplifying the deadly accuracy at which the Bowfin went about it's job. Visitors are encouraged to read up on the past of submarine warfare at the waterfront around the Bowfin, before heading on board the sub itself to view the deck and the small living quarters below. Both an magnificent piece of machinery and an historic remain of one of the most impactful events in world history, the USS Bowfin, and the Pearl Harbor National Monument, are both important to see Oahu attractions.
Honolulu Museum of Art

Honolulu Museum of Art

4.5/532 Reviews
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Museum
Sunday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 4:30 pm (Local time)
As you might expect, this internationally respected home of the arts contains a particularly large collection of Asian arts. Truth-be-told, the Asian collection at the Honolulu Academy of Arts is the largest in the United States. Works from throughout mainland Asia and Polynesia can be found here in abundance. Hawaiian artwork is represented particular well too. In fact, they have a rather large collection of ancient art from around the globe at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. Visitors also come in for the unique classically focused artwork represented in their Renaissance and American collections. This facility has a great focus on Hawaii that is excellent for the excited visitor who is now Hawaii's biggest fan, but it also has international attractions that make it well suited for the more diverse critic.
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