Pearl Harbor Tours

Pearl Harbor Tours

Tours and Activities

Pearl Harbor Oahu


Pearl Harbor Tour

USS Arizona Memorial + Honolulu City Tour
5 Hours

Tour Description:

The Pearl Harbor City Tour is a must-do activity for visitors to Honolulu. Start your tour with a visit to the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial, a somber reminder of the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor that took place in 1941. Then explore the city of Honolulu and its historic sites on this guided Pearl Harbor and Honolulu City Tour!


Pearl Harbor Deluxe Tour

USS Arizona Memorial + Battleship Missouri + Honolulu City Tour
8 Hours

Tour Description:

Complete Pearl Harbor experience that visits both the USS Arizona Memorial and the Battleship Missouri along with a Historic Honolulu City tour. Round-Trip Transportation Included (From Waikiki). Total Duration: 8 Hours


Pearl Harbor Ultimate Experience

USS Arizona Memorial + Battleship Missouri + Aviation Museum
10 Hours

Tour Description:

See it all! Discover Oahu’s most popular visitor destination that includes an incredible Pearl Harbor experience. Includes tickets to the USS Arizona Memorial along with admission to the USS Bowfin, USS Missouri, and the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum! This incredible full-day experience provides you with all your tickets and provides you with a 10% discount on your meals at the Aviation Museum’s Laniakea Café!

Pearl Harbor Tours Hawaii

Pearl Harbor. A “date which will live in infamy” as poetically described by President Roosevelt. Pearl Harbor was one of the most tragic and unexpected attacks on the U.S in all of American history. 

So many Americans lost their lives that day and it is still one of the most memorable days in all of our great country's history. Every year millions of people visit the USS Arizona Pearl Harbor Memorial to pay their respects to the amazing men and women who lost their lives here. Both civilians and soldiers. 

When it comes to visiting the memorials, there is a lot more to see than just the USS Arizona. That is why you should look into booking a Pearl Harbor Tour so that you can see and experience all of the different historical sites.

Why Book A Pearl Harbor Tour on Oahu?

Pearl Harbor was more than just what happened to the USS Arizona. Historically, there was much tragedy here on that day. Including the destruction of several naval vessels and even heavily armored battleships. 

The best way to get the full experience of what happened here on December 7th, 1941, is to book a Pearl Harbor Hawaii Tour and go with an experienced guide. They will be able to show you and tell you all about the details of what happened there that day. 

Pearl Harbor tickets are required for most of the museums and memorials. Except when you book a tour with a tour group. You will be able to see everything at a discounted rate when you book a Pearl Harbor Tour in advance. 

Here are some of the memorials and museums that are commonly included with the Pearl Harbor Tour Oahu.

USS Arizona Memorial

The USS Arizona was arguably the worst of the entire attack. After a nearly 2000 pound bomb was dropped on the ship, it sank with over 1,000 men still on board and unable to get out. This ship was later recovered and turned into the memorial that it is today.  

You will get to see more than just the USS Arizona Memorial.

USS Oklahoma Memorial

The USS Oklahoma was another one of the battleships that were there that day. The ship sank just minutes after the first attack. Over 400 naval officers drowned on the boat, unable to escape as she flipped over.

Battleship Missouri

You will get to see the Battleship Missouri which was not there on the day of the attack. The Battleship Missouri joined the war about 3 years later in 1944 and helped to aid in the invasion of Japan and hosted the ceremonial surrender of Japan in 1945.

USS Bowfin Submarine Museum

The USS Bowfin Submarine Museum is another popular stop during your tour at Pearl Harbor. Even though it was not there during the attack on Oahu, the USS Bowfin played a significant part in fighting during WWII. 

(Pearl Harbor) Pacific Aviation Museum

A great place to look at all sorts of memorabilia and items of historical significance from the era of WWII. The museum was made using two hangers where you can actually see the bullet holes from the day of the attack 80 years ago. This incredible museum is a must-see stop on your tour around Pearl Harbor.

Pearl Harbor Tour, USS Arizona Memorial, Honolulu, HI 96818

Experience Pearl Harbor

Experience the beauty and tragedy of one of the most memorable days in American history. Pearl Harbor is now known as a beacon for American Pride and triumph as well as a reminder of what we can overcome as a nation. Take a closer look at the history of this incredible place and the monument that stands here in remembrance of our fallen Americans. 

Our highest priority is to make sure that you get the best and most authentic experience while here on Oahu. All of our tours are subject to change to provide you with the best possible experience. Book your Pearl Harbor Tour now.

Pearl Harbor Hawaii

Frequently Asked Questions

What island is Pearl Harbor on in Hawaii?

Pearl Harbor is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hawaii, but many people don't know where it is located. Pearl Harbor is on the island of Oahu, and it's a great place to learn about history and see some beautiful sights. If you're planning a trip to Hawaii, make sure to add Pearl Harbor to your itinerary!

what ships sunk at pearl harbor?

On December 7, 1941 the Japanese launched a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor that would forever change the course of history. The attack was devastating, claiming the lives of over 2,400 Americans and crippling the Pacific Fleet. But what ships were actually sunk during the attack? And what happened to them after they went down? Here's an overview of some of the ships that met their fate at Pearl Harbor.

The USS Arizona was one of the first ships to be hit during the attack on Pearl Harbor. A 1,760-pound bomb detonated below her deck, causing her to explode and sink rapidly. Of her 1,512 crewmen, only 335 survived.
The USS Oklahoma was also struck by a bomb during the attack and quickly

how far is Pearl Harbor from Waikiki?

Pearl Harbor is an interesting stop on any tourist's itinerary when visiting Hawaii. Waikiki is the most popular area to stay in Honolulu, and many people want to know how far Pearl Harbor is from Waikiki. The answer, depending on your mode of transportation, is about 20 miles. While that may seem like a long distance, it's actually a very easy drive that takes less than 30 minutes with no traffic. So if you're looking for an interesting day trip from Waikiki, Pearl Harbor is definitely worth checking out!


What to do in Pearl Harbor?

If you're looking for an interesting and historic place to visit while in Hawaii, Pearl Harbor is definitely worth your time. There are plenty of things to do and see here, from touring the USS Arizona Memorial to exploring the Battleship Missouri. So whether you're a history buff or just looking for something fun and unique to do, Pearl Harbor is definitely worth checking out!