This is by far the most popular tour for our visitors looking to experience the history contained at our world war 2 memorials at Pearl Harbor. Starting with the Arizona memorial you will be able to take a short boat ride out to the memorial which now stands over the site of the sunken vessel.
You will continue your tour with a tour around the battleship USS Missouri where the unconditional surrender of the Japanese marked the end of world war 2. It was involved in the operations at the invasion of Iwo Jima and Okinawa and participated in the Korean and first Gulf war.
Your tour will conclude with a trip through downtown Honolulu showing you the Iolani Palace and King Kamehameha Statue.
- Arizona Memorial Visitor Center*
- Film of the 1941 Pearl Harbor attack*
- Ride the Navy launch to the Arizona Memorial is currently NOT available.*
- USS Missouri (admission included)*
- Exclusive Tour of Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific* led by a war veteran affiliated with the American Legion.
- State Capitol
- Iolani Palace
- King Kamehameha Statue
- Kawaiahao Church
*Denotes stop made.
What to Know
Two tours are offered daily. Tours A & B
Tour A at 6:00am returning about 2:30pm to Waikiki.
Tour B at 8:45am returning to Waikiki about 5:30pm.
Each Tour offers a Standard or Deluxe Package option. The Deluxe package includes a reserved lunch spot and lunch at the Sliders Grill lunch Wagon at the Battleship Missouri Pier. The Standard package does not include reserved lunch seats or lunch. So please be sure to bring money and keep in mind the lunch lines become lengthy as there are many visitors to the Pearl Harbor.
Security at Pearl Harbor is tight. The US Department of the Interior has instituted a, “no bags” policy at the Arizona Memorial and Visitor Center. Passengers may not carry any item that offers concealment. This includes purses, handbags, backpacks, diaper bags, etc. A small camera is permitted. Please bring vital items in a manner that they can be placed in your pockets. Do not leave valuables on the bus.