Pearl Harbor Tour Arizona Memorial

Visit the Arizona Memorial

Pearl Harbor Tour

Watch a historic film that documents the events of 12/07/1941

Pearl Harbor Tour Arizona Memorial

After the film you will ride a ferry to the Memorial

Pearl Harbor Tour

Honoring the 1,177 lives lost onboard the Arizona

Pearl Harbor Tour Enoa motor coach

Tour the inside of the USS Bowfin Submarine, aka "The Pearl Harbor Avenger"

Pearl Harbor Tour inside Enoa motorcoach

See restored WWII aircraft at the Pacific Aviation Museum

Pearl Harbor Tour Enoa motor coach

Tour the USS Missouri, the battleship docked next to the Arizona Memorial

Pearl Harbor Tour Enoa motor coach

Giant guns on the deck of the Missouri

Pearl Harbor Tour Enoa motor coach

See the Missouri's "Surrender Deck" where WWII officially ended

Pearl Harbor Tours are operating normally, but tour capacity is very limited due to social distancing measures.  Do not wait until you arrive in Hawaii to arrange this tour! We recommend that you reserve your date just as soon as you make you flight and hotel reservations! This is especially true for holiday periods like Thanksgiving and Christmas weeks.
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Complete your trip to Oahu with the Heroes Deluxe Pearl Harbor tour.  Discover the #1 visited site in Hawaii, and stand where WWII began and ended.  You will explore the USS Arizona Memorial, USS Missouri, Pacific National Monument, the Battleship Missouri Memorial, the USS Bowfin Memorial and Museum, and the Pacific Aviation Museum and hangars.    Also, you’ll drive through the National Cemetery of the Pacific, where over 13,000 WWII service members are laid to rest. Your journey ends by following in the footsteps of Hawaiian royalty as you tour Historic Honolulu.  Here you can see ʻIolani Palace, the only royal palace on US soil.  Be ready for unexpected views, spur-of- the-moment stops, and special sightseeing along the way!  The guides may adjust route for maximum visitor enjoyment and safety.

This tour is offered either with snacks or lunch available for purchase at several stops during the tour, or with lunch at the Pacific Aviation Museum INCLUDED in the price of your tour. Not including lunch gives you the option to spend ALL of your time looking at exhibits and sites at Pearl Harbor. INCLUDING lunch will save you having to wait in line at one of the locations to order food.

General Information
Schedule: Tour operates on Wednesdays and Saturdays.   Closed on Thanksgiving, Dec. 7th, Christmas, and New Years.

Pick up: Morning pickup is between 6:45am and 7:30am. Approximate return is 4:30pm.

Reservations: Due to limited availability this tour should be arranged well in advance of your arrival in Hawaii.

Tour includes:  FREE Pick-up services for guests staying in hotels located within Waikiki.

What to Bring & Wear: Tour participants should dress comfortably, but remember to wear respectful attire (shoes and shirts must be worn and no swimwear allowed).  They do not recommend high heels, dress, and skirts.  Due to heightened security no large bags, purses, iPad cases, and clutch wallet or strollers are permitted at the Memorial. Wallets must be the size of a regular sized cellphone.  Storage of these items is available for a nominal fee. Cameras and small, hand-carried wallets are permitted.  Snacks are available for purchase at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and the USS Missouri gift shop.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours before the start of the event.

Note: On rare occasions due to unforeseen circumstances beyond their control (weather or mechanical issues), the Navy may suspend boat operations to the USS Memorial at anytime.  There will be no refunds in these cases.  You will still be able to enjoy the USS Arizona exhibits, visitor’s center and park monuments, and will have additional time to explore the Missouri, Bowfin, and Pacific Aviation Museum

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Visit the historic Pearl Harbor
Pacific Aviation Museum
See restored WWII aircraft
High winds or structural or mechanical issues may affect operation of the Navy’s shuttle boat ride out to the Arizona Memorial … it may not be able to operate, or it may operate but view the memorial without actually landing. On days when this occurs there are no tour price adjustments made as such disruptions are beyond the control of the tour companies and when they do occur there is typically very little advanced notice. The Arizona Memorial visitor’s center, museum, and documentary film are still part of the tour on these affected days.

CPearl Harbor and Circle Island Tourruise Ship Passengers

If you are cruising on the Pride of America and spending the night at a hotel in Waikiki prior to your cruise, you can do The Best of Pearl Harbor tour on the same day that you board your NCL cruise ship. If you are on a cruise that visits Honolulu just for the day, the pickup time for this tour is usually too early for you to make it in time.

Activity Tips

Kevin Ditamore – Owner / Manager

A visit to Pearl Harbor is a must-do activity for anyone coming to Oahu. The USS Arizona Memorial is one of our nation’s most sacred places. Regardless of your interest in history or WWII, a visit to this shrine is an emotional experience. If you have never been … you should go. The documentary film prepares you well for what you are about to experience, because when the film ends and the doors open, everyone boards the Navy shuttle boat in hushed silence. The boat ride to the memorial only takes a few minutes. When you are on the Memorial, you’ll look down into the water and see the outline of the Arizona’s remains knowing that it is the final resting place for hundreds of US servicemen.

One tip for photographing the memorial … when you are re-boarding the boat for the return to the vistor’s center, try to get in the last row. As the boat pulls away from the Arizona, you will get a very dramatic photo.

The tour featured on this page is the most complete Pearl Harbor tour offered … with every major site at Pearl Harbor featured. It is a LONG day … we also offer a much shorter tour that just visits the Arizona Memorial and Visitor’s Center, as well as a medium length tour that includes the Arizona and the Missouri.