Children: (3-11) $39.00
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Journey to where World War II began and ended for the United States on this historical tour of Pearl Harbor, Arizona Memorial, USS Missouri and the National Cemetery of the Pacific.
This historic tour starts with a visit to Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial, which sits atop the sunken hull of the USS Arizona battleship, whose remains commemorate the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Next, travel across the Ford Island Bridge to the USS Missouri "the Mighty MO," for a special guided tour of this most-celebrated of battleships.
Then it's off to Punchbowl for a drive-through tour of the National Cemetery of the Pacific. Finally, cruise through historical downtown Honolulu, passing Iolani Palace, Kamehameha's statue, the state capitol and city hall.
THE Enhanced, new GOLD Option includes:
• A Hot Dog or Soup Bowl at the USS Bowfin food vendor
• Audio tours for the Arizona Memorial, USS Missouri and USS Bowfin
• A commemorative Pearl Harbor postcard set
• A December 7, 1941 newspaper reprint
Duration: 7 hours
Days of Operation: 7 days a week
Location: Waikiki to Honolulu
Times: Appx. 7:00/7:30am-2:00/2:30pm, depending on hotel location
Children: 3-11 pay reduced price, under 3 years free on lap.
Transportation: Round-trip transportation is provided only from major Waikiki Beach Hotels!
Recommended: Wear comfortable shoes and bring a light sweater or jacket along. Also bring bottled water and a snack with you on the tour. An on-your-own lunch occurs at the Mighty Mo snack bar and is not included in the price of this tour.
Suggest that you also provide an option for airport pickup since the airport is relatively close to the Missouri, Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor. I ended having to spend an additional $30 for cab fare to get to a hotel pickup point.
Our tour guide on the bus and on the USS Missouri were great!
Was a very informative and interesting tour.
Felt rushed at the Arizona Memorial. Did not have enarly enough time to see he museum.
The directions for meeting up with the bus driver upon completing the tour was unclear.
I was really glad that someone who knew the procedure took us -- we were one of the first groups over to the Arizona. Our guide was very courteous and helpful
Your guide was very professional and knowledgeable. I had a great time.
The Arizona Memorial was very moving. Good information, a bit rushed at the actaul site. The Mighty Mo was very impressive.