Pearl Harbor Tickets & Tours
A visit to Pearl Harbor is close to most of Hawaii's tasks. The opportunity to pay tribute to the sailors, fallen and brave, heroes of December 7, 1941, while you feel the first hand of the emotions of the Pearl Harbor attacks is something that all visitors to Hawaii should experience.
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Pearl Harbor Updates

| Pearl Harbor National Park is Open. Boarding the Arizona Memorial is temporarily postponed.

During the repair to the USS Arizona Memorial, programs will proceed on schedule. Visitors will continue to see the 25 minute documentary film followed by a harbor tour of Battleship Row in close proximity to the USS Arizona Memorial. The National Park Service (NPS) will provide live or recorded commentary during tours to enhance our visitors’ experience to the greatest extent possible. Boarding the Arizona Memorial will remain closed to visitation during repair.

Facilities & Services

Medical & Disability Access

  • EMS Available
  • Hospital Nearby
  • Hearing Impaired Facilities
  • Sight Impaired Facilities
  • Wheelchairs Accessible


  • Snack Bar (Limited)
  • Vending Machines


  • Full Restroom
  • Diaper Changing Table


  • Harbor-Side Displays
  • Video Film

Pearl Harbor Important Info


Attractions on Ford Island include the USS Missouri, USS Oklahoma Memorial, Pacific Aviation Museum and the USS Utah. All shuttles will be stopped at the Ford Island Bridge gate and sentries will board shuttles to check for ID’s and inspect cargo areas before allowing entry. Note: Tours do not visit the USS Utah. To visit the USS Utah, you must have a valid US military ID.


Due to increased security measures, all purses, handbags, backpacks, fanny packs, camera bags, diaper bags, luggage and/or any other type of bag that can conceal an object are not permitted inside Pearl Harbor, the Visitor’s Center, or to any of the attractions. A storage facility is available for a minimal fee per bag at the entrance to the National Park. Cameras and camcorders are permitted.


Parking lots can be full on busy days and it could be hard to find parking spaces. Please plan accordingly. Please park before unloading. Keep vehicles locked and secured and do not leave valuables in your car. There are cars break-ins despite that fact that there are federal law enforcement officers and security bike patrols monitoring the parking facitlities. The National Park Service cannot be held responsible for any items that may be stolen from your cars or any broken windows.


Note: Do not take the “Hickam AFB / Pearl Harbor” exit. This will not take you to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center  but to the active military base, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

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