Official Passport to Pearl Harbor Ticket

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Get ready for an unforgettable journey through history with the “Passport to Pearl Harbor”, where you can witness the events that shaped our world and pay tribute to the bravery of those who served.

Board the USS Battleship Missouri

Board the USS Battleship Missouri

Walk through the Pacific Aviation Museum

Walk through the Pacific Aviation Museum

Walk through the USS Bowfin Submarine

Walk through the USS Bowfin Submarine

Visit the USS Oklahoma Memorial

Visit the USS Oklahoma Memorial

Pearl Harbor Visitor Center

Pearl Harbor Visitor Center

Pearl Harbor Exhibits

Pearl Harbor Exhibits

More Pearl Harbor Exhibits

More Pearl Harbor Exhibits

Overview

The “Passport to Pearl Harbor” is a comprehensive ticket that provides you with access to all of the National Memorial’s historic sites. This package Does Not Include the USS Arizona Memorial shuttle boat tickets, but you can reserve them below.

You can also explore the USS Battleship Missouri, a symbol of America’s naval might, and the USS Bowfin Submarine, which provides a unique look at the underwater world of submarines. In addition, the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum gives you a glimpse into the rich history of aviation and the role it played in World War II.

With the “Passport to Pearl Harbor,” you have the opportunity to witness the events that shaped our world and gain a deeper understanding of the sacrifices made by our heroes. Book your tickets today and experience history like never before.

Highlights:

  • Battleship Missouri Memorial Admission
  • Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum Admission
  • Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum Admission
  • The USS Arizona Memorial Audio Tour
  • The Pearl Harbor Virtual Experience
  • View the Oklahoma Memorial

Activity Times:

8:00 AM

Activity Duration:

8 Hours


Upgrade Options:

No upgrades available

What’s Included?

  • USS Arizona Memorial Self-guided Narrated Tour (1 hour)
  • USS Arizona Virtual Reality Center (15-20 minutes)
  • Battleship Missouri Memorial Admission (1.5-2 hours)
  • Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum Admission & Self-guided Narrated Tour (1.5-2 hours)
  • Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum & Self-guided Narrated Tour (1-1.5 hours)

What’s Not Included

Videos


Passport to Pearl Harbor (Note Updated Price)


Description

Pearl Harbor Visitors Center

The Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is the starting point for your journey through the National Memorial. Here, you can learn about the events leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor and the impact it had on the world. The visitor center features interactive exhibits, multimedia displays, and a short film that provides a comprehensive overview of the attack. You can also explore the museum store, where you can purchase souvenirs and memorabilia related to the attack and the National Memorial.

The Pearl Harbor Visitor Center provides a valuable resource for visitors of all ages and serves as a tribute to those who lost their lives on December 7, 1941. Whether you’re a history buff or just curious about this pivotal moment in American history, the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is a must-visit destination.

History buffs and those with ample time should plan to fully experience Pearl Harbor and not just limit themselves to half a day. While the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and USS Arizona Memorial are well-known, there’s much more to explore in the area. Make sure to see all the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites and save time with the “Passport to Pearl Harbor,” a single ticket that provides access to everything at Pearl Harbor.

The “Passport to Pearl Harbor” package includes admissions and audio tours, with audio options in 9 different languages. Transportation to Pearl Harbor is not included, but it’s simple to get there, either by driving or taking one of the many direct buses from Waikiki.

USS Battleship Missouri

Walking on the deck of the USS Battleship Missouri is a truly awe-inspiring experience. This historic ship played a pivotal role in the final days of World War II and stands as a testament to the bravery and sacrifice of the American military. Visitors can explore the ship’s massive deck, peer into its guns, and learn about the battles it fought and the role it played in history. The USS Missouri is also the site of the signing of the official Japanese surrender, making it an important part of the story of the war. As you walk through the ship, you’ll be transported back in time and gain a deeper appreciation for the sacrifices made by the brave men and women who served on board. 

Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum

The Pacific Aviation Museum, now known as the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, is a world-class museum dedicated to the history of aviation in the Pacific region. The museum was established in 1999 with the goal of preserving and educating visitors about the history of aviation in the Pacific theater during World War II. In 2006, the museum was renamed the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum to better reflect its focus on the role of aviation in the attack on Pearl Harbor and its impact on the world. The museum features a vast collection of aircraft, artifacts, and memorabilia, as well as interactive exhibits and multimedia displays that bring the history of aviation to life.

USS Bowfin Submarine

The USS Bowfin Submarine is a true marvel of engineering and a testament to the ingenuity of the American military. This historic vessel played a critical role in the Pacific theater during World War II and is now open for visitors to tour. Despite its relatively small size, the USS Bowfin is packed with impressive technology and impressive displays that showcase its history and mission. Visitors can explore the cramped quarters of the submarine, including the control room, engine room, and crew berths, and get a sense of what life was like for the submariners who served aboard. The USS Bowfin’s compact design is a testament to the ingenuity of its designers and the skill of its crew. 

Know before you book:

  • Moderate walking please wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately
  • You may wish to bring a light jacket in case it rains.
  • Due to security requirements at the Pearl Harbor, bags and purses are not allowed. Bags cannot be stored on the tour bus. Cameras are permitted but not camera bags.
  • Locations/routes and times may be modified or restricted due to national park and state park advisories.
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