Historical Sites: Battleship Missouri + Bowfin Submarine + Aviation Museum Departing Big Island
- Admission to Battleship Missouri
- Admission to USS Bowfin Submarine
- Admission to Pacific Aviation Museum
NOTE: The Pearl Harbor Passport does not include inter-island airfare, transportation and the ticket to the Arizona Memorial Program which includes the movie, and shuttle boat to the Memorial.
For your convenience, you can book the Complete Pearl Harbor Experience, that includes admissions to all four historical sites, guided tour and round trip inter-island transportation.
World War II in the Pacific comes to life on a day of drama and history as you visit all three Pearl Harbor Historic Sites. Experience key moments of this global conflict, from the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, Oahu that catapulted the U.S. into the war, to the September 2, 1945 Japanese surrender that ended WWII.
We begin at the USS Arizona Memorial where you pickup your admission tickets for the other historical sites. (Please note that the Pearl Harbor Passport does not includes admission to the Arizona Memorial Program.). If you interested on this you can book a Pearl Harbor tours that include the Arizona Memorial.
The Passport visits the USS Missouri – the “Mighty Mo.” Stand on the deck where the Japanese surrendered while the ship was docked in Tokyo Bay, Japan on September 2, 1945. Note the massive guns of the Mighty Mo, learn about the dent caused by the crashing Kamikaze pilot, and hear about this impressive battleship’s five decades of service.
Your next stop is the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park. Known as the “Pearl Harbor Avenger,” the Bowfin launched December 7, 1942, one year after the Pearl Harbor attack. The Bowfin completed nine successful patrols during WWII, contributing to the Allies’ victory over Japan. Go below and experience life in a WWII era sub, visit the museum filled with thousands of artifacts, and pay your respects to the lost seamen and submarines at the waterfront memorial.
Your final stop is Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island, housed in two historic aircraft hangars and the control tower that survived the December 7, 1941 attack. Note original bullet holes from the Japanese attack, enjoy fascinating exhibits of vintage and modern aircraft, and try to land a jet in the Combat Flight Simulator.
The Pearl Harbor Passport Experience is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to immerse yourself in the three of the four historical sites at Pearl Harbor. Book today and make memories that will last forever.