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USS Missouri, USS Arizona Memorial, and Pearl Harbor Tour from Waikiki

  • Pearl Harbor tour combining visits to the USS Arizona Memorial and the USS Missouri
  • Skip the line on a guided tour of the USS Missouri, the last battleship built by the US Navy
  • See historical artifacts at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center
USS Missouri, USS Arizona Memorial, and Pearl Harbor Tour from Waikiki
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Incudes tour as described. Does not include lunch.
From US$98.31
Tour with Lunch
Includes tour + a selection of lunch offerrings at the Pacific Aviation Museum and audio tour for the Arizona Memorial.
From US$116.34
Visit Pearl Harbor and other top attractions in Honolulu on a full-day tour from Waikiki that is great for history buffs. Skip-the-line tickets make it easy to enter the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, where you take a guided tour of the USS Missouri and USS Arizona Memorial. You'll also learn about Hawaii's history from your guide as you go to monuments including Iolani Palace, the King Kamehameha Statue, and National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl Cemetery).
What to Expect
Get an early start with morning pickup from your Waikiki hotel, then travel by air-conditioned coach to Pearl Harbor. Entering the popular attraction is easy with your skip-the-line admission ticket.

Inside the visitor center, browse exhibits that detail the attack that catapulted the United States into World War II, and see authentic artifacts from that era.

Next, ride a Navy launch to the USS Arizona Memorial, situated above the submerged remnants of the ship. Continue to the USS Missouri for a guided tour of the famous American battleship that served from WWII until the 1990s Desert Storm operation.

Then go to downtown Honolulu to view Kawaiahao Church, the King Kamehameaha statue, Hawaii State Archives, and Honolulu Hale. Finish with a visit to the Iolani Palace and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Your tour ends with return to your Waikiki hotel.
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Reviews (1,323)
1 - 5 of 29 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Must see

Definitely a must see if you've in Hawaii. Walking around is good, but the guided tour is really worthwhile as the guide had lots of stories that you don't get just reading the info boards.

Date of experience: May 2018
Thank nz_travels_a_lot_08
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Vey nice tour

Was at pearl harbor all day and it was a very nice tour given by Victoria. A great tour to add to the list of other pieces to see during the pearl harbor.

Thank kara1003kg
Reviewed 4 November 2018 via mobile
A must see!

My wife and I spent the morning at Pearl Harbor. Our ride in on the tour wS entertaining and educational. The Hawaiian islands are truly gorgeous in every way. It is hard to imagine the tragic events that would begin here on that day of...More

1  Thank dorianl244
Reviewed 18 October 2018 via mobile
Very moving and informative

Several companies offer this tour. We went with Polynesian Adventures Deluxe. We went to the National Cemetery, the USS Missouri and did the Pearl Harbor Tour, which included the museums and the Navy piloted boat trip. It was a sombering and reflective experience in which...More

Thank steviegjd
Reviewed 18 October 2018
Great experience but wrong time

What a great moving experience. We had plenty of time to look around, and get a feel of what happened. Extra time due to boats not being able to take you on the harbour cruise (fixed now). Also tours of the Arizona Memorial not available...More

Date of experience: October 2018
1  Thank silverfox_gb
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5 November 2018|
Response from DONNA063 | Reviewed this property |
I am unsure but when you book the tours through the hotel concierge or the tour company they will tell you the pick up locations closest to you
Kathryn D
15 June 2018|
Response from Lisa465 | Reviewed this property |
We were picked up at our cruise ship