Things to do in Pearl City, Hawaii

Our most recommended things to do in Pearl City, Hawaii

From Waikiki: Pearl Harbor Tour with USS Arizona Memorial

1. From Waikiki: Pearl Harbor Tour with USS Arizona Memorial

Learn about Pearl Harbor and the events of December 7, 1941 on this day trip from Waikiki. Take a boat ride to visit the Arizona Memorial, see exhibits related to the attack, and take a tour of the Battleship Missouri. After pickup in Waikiki, explore World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. See museum exhibits, footage from the attack, and other park monuments. Experience a boat ride to visit the USS Arizona Memorial over the sunken battleship. Head over the Admiral Clarey Bridge and drive by the USS Oklahoma Memorial on your way to the Battleship Missouri. Enjoy a guided tour of the ship, led by an expert docent.  You’ll be dropped off back in downtown Waikiki at the end of the tour.

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What people are saying about Pearl City, Hawaii

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 54 reviews

What an incredible and humbling experience. Our guide Auntie Mary was exceptional, she gave us fantastic tips to ensure we didn't miss a thing or spend all day waiting in line. The Missouri was an eye opening insight into life onboard a ship, and the visitor centre had great information about Pearl Harbour as a whole, as well as the attack.

This was an excellent tour. It did start very earlier however it was nice as it gave us the rest of the day. The tour guide we had was truly excellent, if not the best one we have ever had. It was very informative. The only feedback I would say is if you eat at the Missouri part you probably wont have enough time to fully explore it.

This was my husbands first time visiting Peral Harbor and the USS Arizona and the first time we both visited the USS Missouri. It was well worth it.

Great experience. Trolley guide was totally rad. And awesome and knowledgeable and appears to love what he was doing. Very accommodating !!

A must for any Honolulu traveler to visit this historic site with respect and reverence