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Pearl Harbor Tickets

Your first stop is the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center on Oahu. Be sure to arrive early in the day to collect your free Arizona Memorial timed program tickets.
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Pearl Harbor Tickets

Your first stop is the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center on Oahu. Be sure to arrive early in the day to collect your free Arizona Memorial timed program tickets.. Image 01

Passport to Pearl Harbor Tickets

This complete package includes admissions and audio tours, available in nine different languages. Transportation is optional.
Arizona Audio Narration
Missouri Battleship
Bowfin Submarine
Aviation Museum
Oklahoma Memorial
Visitors Center
Multiple Audio Tours
Ford Island

Deluxe Pearl Harbor Passport

Book the Deluxe Passport Tour to enjoy audio guides, a souvenir gift bag, a map of the area, and a delicious lunch during this whole–day activity.
Passport Plus
Lunch at Sliders Grill
Anniversary Souvenir
Collectible Newspaper
Visitors Center Map
Pearl Harbor coffee mug
Souvenir tag
Transportation Option

Pearl Harbor Tickets

When you visit Hawaii, a trip to Pearl Harbor is one of the must-do activities. Many people opt to book a guided tour, but others prefer the flexibility of going on their own. For these people, the Passport to Pearl Harbor is ideal.
More than 75 years ago, just a few weeks before Christmas of 1941, an attack by the Japanese on the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor changed the world. The attack came as a complete surprise, and it was one of the defining moments in American history.
A Day at Pearl Harbor
Thousands of innocent lives were lost as fighter planes and bombers brought havoc and destruction to Pearl Harbor and airfields scattered across Oahu. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt declared December 7, 1941 “a date which will live in infamy.”
Today, millions of tourists from around the world come to Pearl Harbor each year to pay their respects to the thousands of lives lost, both military and civilian.
USS Missouri Battleship Tours
For most visitors, the day starts with a walk through the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. The free USS Arizona Memorial program (not included in the Passport to Pearl Harbor) includes a documentary film with actual attack footage as well as a ride on a US Navy Shuttle boat to the Memorial (conditions permitting). 
The Passport to Pearl Harbor gives you the opportunity to experience history where it happened. Visit the the Battleship Missouri, where the documents ending World War II were signed. Pay your respects at the USS Oklahoma Memorial. Explore the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum and Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park. Audio tours are included at many of these sites.
Arizona Memorial Internal and External
Tickets for the USS Arizona Memorial program are given out free of charge each morning on a first come, first served basis. All members of your group must be present to receive tickets. Since there is a limited number of tickets available each day, we recommend arriving at Pearl Harbor early.

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