This incredible tour takes you and your family on an exclusive narrated tour of the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, along with an opportunity visit the USS Arizona Memorial.
(per person - minimum 2)
In conjunction with the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, this official distinguished guest tour was created by the National Park Service. Only one tour operates each day so be sure to secure your spot early. This is the first narrated tour of the USS Arizona Memorial!
This incredible tour takes you and your family on an exclusive narrated tour of the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, along with an opportunity visit the USS Arizona Memorial. This is a chance in a lifetime to spend quality time touring one of our nation’s leading national monuments; while learning the stories behind Dec 7, 1941, the day that launched the US into WWII.
Private Escorted Tour of the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center: There is a reason why the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is the number one visited destination in Hawaii. Millions of visitors from all over the world come to this majestic setting to see for themselves where World War II began for the United States on December 7th 1941.
Experience the USS Arizona Memorial: Located in Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona Memorial rests above the sunken battleship USS Arizona. Here you will visit one of our nation’s most popular national monuments and stand in the shrine room to view the names of over 1,178 sailors and marines who lost their lives during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Aboard the Memorial, you will also be able to view the oil that is still leaking from the USS Arizona and have a perfect view of the Battleship USS Missouri.
Admission to the National Park Service’s Pearl Harbor Virtual Reality Center- Three incredible and historically accurate Pearl Harbor tours that are best shared with the National Park Service’s virtual reality technology. Travel back in time with never-seen-before 360-degree perspectives and retrace the events of December 7, 1941. Virtual Reality Tours include:
USS Arizona Memorial (Honolulu)