Explore World War II's Dayof Infamy at Pearl Harbor in OahuYou can still feel history in the air at this tropical harbor where Japan launched a surprise attack on December 7, 1941. The strike killed over 2,000 Americans, sunk 20 ships, and destroyed almost 350 planes - and it brought the U.S. into World War II. Today, Pearl Harbor is one of Hawaii's most visited attractions, and it's highly recommended to arrange your tickets in advance. Ride a boat to the USS Arizona Memorial. Explore museums and tour a submarine and battleship. Pay your respects at this poignant shrine.
Hours -Visitor's Center is open daily 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Prices -Per attraction/tour; USS Arizona Memorial is free however tickets are still required
- 1 National Pearl Harbor Day Parade
- 2 Biggest Little Air Show in Hawaii
- 3 Memorial Day Ceremony
- 1 USS Arizona Memorial
- 2 Boat Rides
- 3 World War II Museums
- 4 USS Battleship Missouri
- 5 USS Bowfin Submarine
- 6 Guided & Self-Guided Tours