A must do following a trip to Pearl Harbor. The grounds are so well maintained and the view from there is fantastic. To be there and realized you are surrounded by all those brave men.......
There is no other place on earth, where the entrance to a cemetery, has unfettered views of Waikiki and Honolulu,the finest on Oahu. What a stunning resting place for more than 50,000 war veterans. The site is believed to be the place where ancient Hawaiians offered sacrifices to their gods and is pristine- white within a background of volcanic rock.... More
Not as moving a sight as Arlington National Cemetery, this final resting place sits within the crater of an extinct volcano, Punchbowl. Great views of Honolulu, and meaningful as a memorial to those who served in the military. One of the few places open early if your jet lag has you awake in the early a.m.
What a beatuiful location to spend etertiny. Looking down on Diamond Head, downtown, and the beach. These heros our with their comrades forever and will never be forgotten. Rest in Honored Glory,,,,,,,,
Punchbowl is a memorable as well as scenic place to visit....the history and memorials are touching and overall it is a quiet peaceful memorial that also has a wonderful scenic lookout with the best views of the city of Honolulu...worth the walk to the lookout for the wonderful views of all sides of the city
The drive up here is through some very busy streets of Honolulu, but when you finally get to the last drive, it starts to be really pretty. The entrance fee is free, but the view is incredible. The grounds are maintained beautifully. We took lots of pictures while we were there.
The first thing I have to say is I thought when I was taking my city tour with Roberts that they would actually be stopping here. Meaning you could get out and look around take pics. That was not the case, I guess according to the driver commercial vehicles are not allowed to actually stop so they went really slow.... More
This has to be, next to Arlington National Cemetery, the most impressive tribute to our fallen Americans. The historical markers, magnificent monuments, manicured grounds, and walkways that lead you through the WWII Pacific theater. The wall listing the names of missing in action is a surprise to many who are so young, all they remember at the MIAs from Vietnam.... More
As part of our tour to Peal Harbour we went up to the National Memorial Cemetery. It is a beautiful settle with the lovely big umbrella trees and monument at the end of the driveway, unfortunately the bus was not allowed to stop at all but the view was amazing anyway.
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