Great place to visit. A short bus ride to the museum and it has its own restaurant. Women war heross
About Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
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A great time at the museum. We asked about the planes and the engines and the docents were able to answer our questions. Very interesting and engaging. Allow at least 2 hours to see both hangars. My mom walks with a cane and there were...More
Went later in the day, less crowded. Nice selection of aircraft. Was hoping to see a Hellcat and possibly a Corsair, but unfortunately there were none.
We loved the history here and being to walk around and see all the planes. The gift shop is great for souvenirs and we enjoyed our meal in the restaurant.
We had a great tour and learned very insightful info on this era. Our guide was a retired Air Force officer and he had a passion for telling this story.
We decided to go and see it all at Pearl Harbour, the Arizona memorial, Battleship Missouri, USS Bowfin submarine and The Pacific Aviation Museum it was well worth the money and something I would highly recommend. You are given headsets with which you can listen...More
Living history opens up with vintage aircraft located on the site of the Pearl Harbor attack. The displays are well done and it seems there is much effort to improve. existing exhibits and increase the quantity as well. We didn't have time for private tour...More
Even if you don't want to see the planes take the time to go there and see the bullet holes that are there from the attack on Pearl Harbor. There is a lot of interesting aircraft there on display.
Go back in time and walk through the two hangers, there are actual bullet holes from when the Japanese planes straffed the airfield. There is a P40 Flying Tigers Warhawk there that I just stood and admired as my dad was part of the Flying...More
This tour of displays is a must to include in a visit to Pearl Harbour, Arizona Memorial etc. In the hangers are many excellent displays showing the US involvement in WW2 and the extent of the technologies at the time.