USS Missouri, USS Arizona Memorial, And Pearl Harbor Tour From Waikiki - Honolulu

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  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
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  • Duration: 7 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    6:30 AM Hotel pickups commence prior to this time
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    If you're staying at the Hyatt Centric on Seaside Ave., the nearest pickup is next door at the Ross's Dress for Less (333 Seaside Ave) on the sidewalk fronting the main e.. read more
  • Return Details :
    Tour returns to pickup location at approximately 2:30pm
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Skip all the lines on a memorable Pearl Harbor tour, including a USS Missouri tour and Arizona Memorial admission. This day trip from your Waikiki hotel takes you on a sobering journey through US history to the site of the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor. After, drive by air-conditioned coach through the National memorial cemetery of the pacific aka Punchbowl Cemetery and Downtown Honolulu, including stops at Kawaiahao church, King kamehameha statue and the Mission Houses Museum.


  • Fully narrated tour
  • All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
  • Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • All entrance fees included
  • Skip the line

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Start your Pearl Harbor tour with hotel pickup in Waikiki by air-conditioned coach. Your full-day tour includes admissions to each attraction, including the USS Missouri and USS Arizona Memorial.

Your first stop is the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center to see artifacts from the bombing that propelled the US into WWII. Then take a ride in a Navy launch across Pearl Harbor to the USS Arizona Memorial, the final resting place of the 1,777 crew members who lost their lives on December 7, 1941. The national memorial, which commemorates the attack on Pearl Harbor, spans the mid-portion of the sunken battleship.**

Next, you'll take a guided tour of the USS Missouri. The ship served from WWII through Desert Storm and was the site of the 1945 Japanese surrender to the Allies.

After an intriguing look through US war history, return to your coach for a historic tour of Honolulu with drive-by's  Kawaiahao church, the Hawaii State Archives and State Public Library, the famous statue of King Kamehameha, Honolulu Hale, and the Hawaiian mission houses historic site and archives (formerly called the Mission Houses Museum).

You'll also see Iolani palace, the only royal palace on American soil, and take a drive through the National memorial cemetery of the pacific, known as Punchbowl Cemetery, before hotel drop-off.

**Note:  Access to the Uss arizona memorial is suspended until further notice to address the "structural integrity of the facility."  Structural repairs are being made to the visitor boat-loading ramp. Visitors will be taken on tours of the harbor in the vicinity of the Memorial but visitors will not be able to step off the boats and onto the Memorial itself. We will monitor updates from the National Park Service and will advise when normal operations resume.  All museums, bookstore, shore side informational placards are still available at Pearl Harbor.  The last update from Pearl Harbor is they hope to have the repairs done in  2019.


Air-conditioned vehicle

Narration by a professional driver/guide

Local taxes

Hotel pickup and drop-off at Waikiki hotels

Entry/Admission - USS Arizona Memorial

Entry/Admission - Pearl Harbor / WW II Valor in the Pacific National Monument

Entry/Admission - Battleship Missouri Memorial

Entry/Admission - National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific


Food and drinks


Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Infants must sit on laps

Shirt and shoes are required to board the USS Arizona Memorial; swimsuits are not permitted

A majority of this tour is wheelchair accessible. There are a few areas on the USS Missouri that a wheelchair cannot go. If you aren't able to walk on the bus, please call in advance to ensure a bus with a lift is available

Special needs requests must be called in to the local tour operator at least 1 week prior to tour date. All special needs requests are handled and accommodated on a situational basis

ARIZONA MEMORIAL ACCESS SHUT DOWN AGAIN (May 2018) Access to the USS Arizona Memorial is again suspended until further notice to address the "structural integrity of the facility." Earlier this week, structural repairs were made to the visitor boat-loading ramp. Visitors will be taken on tours of the harbor in the vicinity of the Memorial but visitors will not be able to step off the boats and onto the Memorial itself. We will monitor updates from the National Park Service and will advise when normal operations resume. All museums, bookstore, shore side informational placards are still available at Pearl Harbor. The last update from Pearl Harbor is they hope to have the repairs done in early 2019.

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  • 13-Feb-2020

    Little bit rushed , but I the Missouri part of the tour was amazing , a bit expensive but if your Into history then go for it

  • 04-Feb-2020

    Pearl Harbor and the Arizona were on our bucket list. So excited to be there. Our time was too short at Pearl Harbor and the Missouri because our tour guide talked too much before letting us enter. His knowledge was impressive but not what we were there for. We missed a lot of the Pearl Harbor exhibits. We were late to lunch then rushed and late getting back to our hotel. I was hoping for more.

  • 03-Feb-2020

    Pearl Harbor by itself, is incredibly moving and informative. The driver was informative. The vehicle was comfortable with large viewing windows.

  • 20-Jan-2020

    The tour was excellent trip into American history. Our guide exceptional. He knew his history and passed it onto everyone.

  • 16-Jan-2020

    Gar was a great guide. He Told wonderful stories and provided some great historical background for all components of the tour. We would highly recommend this tour.

  • 15-Jan-2020

    The tour was very informative,educational and inspiring. You take a look back in history and have a more understanding of what happened that day.

  • 08-Jan-2020

    We booked this tour because all the tickets to see the Arizona Memorial were sold out for the day we wanted to visit. Our guide really knew how to cut through all the red tape involved in visiting what is basically a military facility. He got the various permits and tickets, advised us about how to quickly pass the inspections, told us where to wait, what time to be places, how much time to spend on each activity, how best to deal with the crowds, etc., etc. It would have been a lot more hassle and taken a lot more total time if we had tried to do this tour by ourselves. The tour included transportation from our hotel to each stop, drop offs near each entry point, no worries about parking, and a 30 minute stop for a simple lunch that was included. The tour cost that we booked a few days before New Years Eve was $120 per person and it was well worth it.

  • 07-Jan-2020

    Highly recommend going to Pearly Harbor but if you can get yourself to the venue, just buy the tours. separately. What was supposed to be a 4-5 hour event ended up 8 hours. Way too long to spend here. We got bumped for going out to the USS Arizona memorial and ended up spending an extra 2 hours on location. The city tour is not worth it either.

  • 06-Jan-2020

    Very knowledgable guide. “Head of line” Early tickets to see the memorial. Highly recommend this tour.

  • 23-Dec-2019

    The attractions were definitely worth seeing. The audio tour for the USS Arizona is very well done (narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis) and is worth getting as an extra (is not included in the basic tour).

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