Ve egg y emotional and solemn. To learn how family passed made a life long gratefulmess to all who sacrificed for democracy.
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No large bags allowed, staff very good, lots of information prior to going to Arizona Memorial, but wasn't much to see. Gift shop was way over priced. Great to support military but not worth a second visit.
Loved everything about the trip. From the very emotional memorial experience to the jaw dropping USS Missouri, air museum and real life submarine tour. Fantastic. Quick tip. We jad no pre tickets and were advised to turn up at 7am which we did to get...More
Visiting the USS Arizona memorial is an opportunity to express gratitude for all our veterans have given to us. As the saying goes, freedom is not free. The visit to the memorial requires a free ticket. You can acquire a ticket if you use the...More
Can’t come to Honolulu without a visit to Pearl Harbour! The entire exhibit is well done and refreshes our memory of the history of that time. You can spend as much or as little time there depending on the package you choose. ENJOY!
Don't get trapped into spending too much to get there. Use the local bus and admission is free. Was well done but a little over the top. The punch bowl cemetery was much better and quite moving.
After many visits to Oahu over the past 40 years I was finally able to tour the USS Arizona Memorial. I have tried to visit on a few other occasions but either I arrived too late to purchase tickets for the boat ride over or...More
The wind made the docking of the boats too dangerous at the memorial itself on the day we got there. But the movie, a boat ride (with lots of angles and idling for photos), and a look at all the exhibits still made it a...More
If the online reservation system shows sold out - go in the morning before 8 and you will get a ticket. I took 2 groups over our stay and got 4 and 6 tickets. There is plenty of free parking and a great museaum to...More
My husband and I were glad to pay our respect to the lost lives of Pearl Harbor, a beautiful memorium. Lest we forget!