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A must-do in Honolulu. A few tips: Go early to get a close parking spot and avoid queues; as soon as you enter thru security go the the ticket counter to get a free ticket to the movie and ride out to the Arizona Memorial;...More
We were very glad we came to the Pearl Harbor base for a tour. It was a very sad day in history so we wanted to learn more about that terrible day when so many lost their lives. Honestly, you could spend a full day...More
Visited Pearl Harbour with a tour group and visited the Missouri and Arizona. Obviously a very special place and the video prior to the boat trip is particularly moving. I was however surprised that in such a busy place there was one choice only selling...More
Luckily, I was able to get tickets online at 7:00 AM the day before. If you are anywhere in Hawaii, you cannot skip this moving experience. It's living history! We met someone (96 years old) who was actually there at Pearl Harbor bombing. The free...More
Be warned, if you want to get on the sub-you will have to pay separately. It will not be included in the tours....
Also, pack lots of water and ice. They do not have ice at the convenience store. The only ice cream I liked...More
This is a very good set of memorials that remind us of the sacrifices in the Second World War. The distance between memorials about 20-30min each time by shuttle bus and the time needed for each (mighty mo around 45min, pacific Aviation Museum about 1.5...More
No first visit to Honolulu should omit this site. Conveys in an overwhelming way the shock of the attack on Pearl Harbor and the sacrifices of the WWII generation to win the war and defend our liberty. Plan to spend 6-8 hours seeing everything offered.
My suggestion with 2 teens is to go on your own (not long tour) If you go online the morning before right when tickets available to reserve (I think it's 7am) go for 10am or so, then arrive to go straight to the counter to... More
My suggestion with 2 teens is to go on your own (not long tour) If you go online the morning before right when tickets available to reserve (I think it's 7am) go for 10am or so, then arrive to go straight to the counter to get you tickets (often they have available tickets earlier, which is best) so you see the US Arizona video & boat tour. Then look through museum afterwards, walk submarine memorials, that I think is ideal.