At the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center, an introductory video presentation highlights the events leading up to the Pearl Harbor attack as well as actual footage filmed in 1941. Then, board a Navy shuttle for a visit to the magnificent USS Arizona Memorial, a striking 184-foot-long site that rests above the sunken battleship, a solemn reminder of the 1,177 crewmen who rest within (75 were recovered, 1,102 remain entombed there.) Continue your travels to Ford Island and climb on board the USS Missouri battleship, or "Mighty Mo." Explore beneath the deck to see what it took for this grand ship to operate her massive gun turrets, and imagine the moment when the Japanese signed the surrender documents ending the war. Conclude with a city drive showcasing Honolulu's top landmarks as you return to the pier.
- Boarding of the USS Arizona Memorial cannot be guaranteed in the event of late departure from the pier, ongoing repairs, adverse weather conditions or cancellation of the launch to the Memorial by the U.S. Navy.
- Baggage storage will be available at the Pearl Harbor Visitor’s Center for a $5 fee.