Uss Missouri, Honolulu
Uss Missouri, Honolulu - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 63 Cowpens St, Honolulu, HI 96818, United States
Ticket Price: 27 USD
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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About Uss Missouri, Honolulu
The USS Missouri is the exact place where the World War II formally ended.
The Battleship Missouri served the nation during three tough wars- the World War II, the Korean War and the Operation Desert Storm, where three generations of crew proudly worked with this very ship. Today, the ship memorial gives visitors a thorough memoir of its iconic role in the country’s history. Its collection includes historic artefacts and memorabilia.
- Passport to Pearl Harbor tour
- Heart of the Missouri Tou
Uss Missouri Ticket Prices
Mighty Mo Pass: (35 minutes)
- USD 27- Adults
- USD 13 - children ages 4-12
Heart of the Missouri Tour: (2 hours)
- USD 25- Adults
- USD 12 - children ages 10-12
Passport to Pearl Harbor (takes around 5 hours):
- USD 65- adult
- USD 35- child (ages 4-12)
Uss Missouri Opening and Closing Hours
- For prior reservations and booking tickets, visit the official website.
How To reach Uss Missouri by Public Transport
- By Bus: Kamehameha Hwy + Ford Island Bl
- By Taxi
- By hiring a local Cab
- By renting a Car/Bike
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USS Missouri, Honolulu Reviews - Write a Review
This was a great trip! Cost a bit upfront, but you can go anytime. Do the quick tour with the guide up front, and then they let you roam the ship at your leisure. There's plenty to see and lots of guides around to answer questions. It's worth the time and money. Do this right after you see the Arizona memorial.
Beautifully maintained museum. This ship has seen so much from WWII straight through to the Gulf War. All these actions are expressed here and standing on her decks you can feel part of history. The tour was well worth it. They take you though many parts of the ship so you get to see exactly what it might have been like to live on the Mighty Mo for weeks at a time. Their is a small set of displays inside that also shows you slices of the life aboard ship during her long history. As my grandfather was a plank owner on her sister ship the USS Wisconsin, this was especially impact-full for me. I highly suggest you take time to visit if in the area.
Shame on anyone for giving this less than five stars. The Missouri is a huge part of history, and they are doing an extremely good job of maintaining something so old, that sits in the salt water. The tour, and guides are excellent. The ship is enormous. I would recommend this visit to anyone. We all need to support the Missouri!
Fascinating that so much is packed into the space. Need to take time. Could easily spend the whole day w/4 museums. Arizona memorial is sad yet inspiring. USA!
The USS Missouri is a nice example of a WW II battleship. During action in the Pacific, a kamikaze pilot struck the side of the ship. The dent in the hull from the plane is still in the hull. It was on the deck of the USS Missouri that the Japanese surrendered to the Allies. Over the years, the Missouri has deteriorated. However, it is partially restored and the restoration is continuing. It is already in a nice state for a visit. For me, learning about the kamikaze strike and the surrender made my visit worth the time and money.