Private Charter to Pearl Harbor: Aviation Museum & USS Arizona Memorial Tour
Visit two of the most iconic museums at the Pearl Harbor.
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum Tower on Ford Island
USS Arizona Memorial and Battleship Missouri
WWII Display at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
View Bowfin Submarine from the Pearl-Harbor Visitors Center
Tour the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center
Black tears of the USS Arizona Memorial
Anchor of the USS Arizona Battleship
Punchbowl Cemetery of the Pacific
The King Kamehameha Statue
View of the Iolani Palace in Honolulu
Drive by our Hawaii State Capitol Building
100% Refund Policy
- Changes and cancellations are allowed up to 17:00 local time, 5 business days prior to the activity.
- Any cancellations made after 17:00 local time, groups of 6 or less = 5 business days prior, and groups of 7 or more = 15 business days prior will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
- No shows will incur full charges – No refund
Tours to Pearl Harbor include reserved tickets for the program at the Arizona Memorial. Please see the homepage of visitpearlharbor.org for the differences between tickets and tours.
Transportation to and from Pearl Harbor and driver guide's narration are private. The program at Pearl Harbor is subject to the rules of the National Park and Navy and is not private.
Does the tour include the USS Arizona Memorial?
Arizona Memorial tickets are included with all of our Pearl Harbor tours.
Can I bring my purse / diaper bag / stroller?
You can bring a stroller to Pearl Harbor. Please keep in mind that you cannot take it everywhere. Strollers are allowed in the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, but not in the theaters or on shuttle boats to the USS Arizona Memorial.
What about my purse? Can I take it to Pearl Harbor?
Sorry, but purses fall under the category of bags. The rule is any bag or container that provides concealment.
Are cameras allowed at Pearl Harbor?
Cameras are allowed at Pearl Harbor. You can take photos everywhere EXCEPT on the Admiral Clarey Bridge to Ford Island.
The Remember Pearl Harbor – Arizona Memorial & Battleship Missouri Tour takes you to “bookends of World War II in the Pacific.” Your tour guide will take you to the spot where the USS Arizona was bombed, thrusting the United States into WWII. You will also board the “Mighty Mo,” where Japan finally surrendered, ending the war.
- Boat Tour or Battleship Row near the Arizona & Missouri
- Tour the Pacific Aviation Museum
- View the Bowfin Submarine from the Shore
- Start at the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center
- Punchbowl National Cemetery
- Hawaii State Capitol Building
- Iolani Palace, and the King Kamehameha Statue
No upsells available
- All admissions included
- Waikiki Round Trip Transporation
- Watch a film of the 1941 Pearl Harbor attack
- Drive through Punchbowl National Cemetery
- Drive through historic downtown Honolulu
- Live historical narration by expert guide on drive to Pearl Harbor
- See the U.S. Pacific Fleet Headquarters building
- See the “Black Tears of the Arizona”
- Learn about Hawaii’s history and culture
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
Pearl Harbor Video
Among the fascinating sites to see at Pearl Harbor, one of the newest is the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. Located on Ford Island, the museum is spread over two hangers and for many, is the highlight of their day at Pearl Harbor. Your tour begins with a visit to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, where you can explore the museums “Road to War” and Attack!”
After watching a short film about the attack, board a US Navy shuttle boat to the USS Arizona Memorial, built over the wreckage of the fallen battleship.
Next you’re taken to Ford Island and the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. As you arrive, you’re greeted with the iconic red-and-white Ford Island Control Tower. Your museum visit begins in Hanger 37, with a brief film. Afterward, explore the exhibits including an actual Japanese Zero fighter plane. Next, visit Hanger 79 and its Korean War-era fighter planes. Be sure to look for the bullet holes in the glass of the hanger doors, a reminder of the devastation of the morning of December 7, 1941.
As you return to Waikiki, a drive through the National Cemetery of the Pacific, located in Puawaina (Punchbowl) Crater, lets you pay respects to the thousands of military members who found their final resting place in this serene location. Continue with a drive through historic downtown Honolulu, seeing the Iolani Palace, King Kamehameha Statue, and Kawaiahou Church. Expert narration is given throughout this family-friendly tour that offers something for everyone!
Know before you book:
- We encourage visitors to not bring bags to Pearl Harbor. There is often a line to put your bag in storage and to retrieve it. Standing in this long line may prevent you from getting your tickets for the Arizona Memorial. That is a mistake that you do not want to make.
- The fee for baggage storage at Pearl Harbor is $5.00.
- Tour buses do not permit guests to leave bags in the vehicle.