Passport to Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, HI

1 Arizona Memorial PlHonolulu, HI 96818
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Explore all of the unique attractions of Pearl Harbor with one discounted Passport to Pearl Harbor - essentially a full-day tour with an incredible amount to see and do. This pass includes admission to the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, the Battleship Missouri Memorial, the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, and a USS Arizona audio tour. (Boat ride to the USS Arizona excluded.) Climb aboard the "Mighty Mo" Battleship Missouri, stand on an American WWII battlefield, and delve into the history of America's Submarine Force and learn about the Navy submariners' vital role they played in the war. Pearl Harbor is a National Historical Landmark that offers a compelling and educational experience for all visitors.

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Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Honolulu Travel Experts
  • Include admission to the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, Battleship Missouri Memorial, and Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.
  • Plan to spend a full day.
  • Morning hours are less crowded, and temperatures aren't as hot.
  • USS Arizona Memorial is accessible by a Navy-operated shuttle boat ride. These tickets are not included in the passport, but can be reserved via the website.
  • Parking is free at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center.
  • Hotel pick-up is not included.
  • While cameras are allowed, camera bags or bags of any kind are not permitted. The Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum operates a baggage storage facility near the entrance to the visitor center. Fees apply.
  • Masks are required for all visitors over the age of two while inside portions of Pearl Harbor National Memorial and Visitor Center.


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Passport to Pearl Harbor provides access to one historic, four very distinct destinations, each as compelling as the next and none that you'd want to miss.

It is recommended that you start using the passport by 10:00am to be able to visit all sites included in your ticket.

As mandated by the State of Hawaii, masks are required while indoors at the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites. Masks are recommended while outdoors.

The Battleship Missouri Memorial & Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum are located on Ford Island, which is a secured military base. If you do not have base access, you will need to take a FREE shuttle to get there. Shuttles depart from the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center every 15-20 minutes from 8:00am daily. Shuttles run on a loop with the first stop at the Battleship Missouri Memorial, second stop at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum and then back to the Visitor Center. The last shuttle departs from the Battleship Missouri Memorial at 4:05pm. The last shuttle departs from the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum at 5:00pm. Include an additional hour for transportation to your passport experience.

Bags are prohibited at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Clear, see-through stadium bags and bags containing medical devices or medication may be allowed into the site at the discretion of the National Park Service. Cameras, cell phones and wallets are allowed. Bags may be secured in the storage facility near the visitor center entrance for a fee. Parking lots are monitored and patrolled, but please do not leave items of value in your car.

PASSPORTS DO NOT INCLUDE THE BOAT RIDE TICKETS TO THE USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL. Please visit the National Park Service website to reserve your boat ride tickets.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Passport to Pearl Harbor

What are the hours of operation?

Pearl Harbor Hours are 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. Keep in mind that Pearl harbor is closed on Thanksgiving Day, December 25, and January 1. It is open all other days of the year unless weather or political conditions cause a closure. If you are uncertain, check with your tour company.

Is parking provided? If so, what is the fee?

There is free parking available near the Visitor Center. 

What should I wear?

There is not an official Pearl Harbor dress code, but rangers reserve the right to ask visitors to leave if they are dressed inappropriately. We also suggest you bring a jacket.  Often people imagine that Hawaii has only one temperature, but it can get chilly and can rain. You do not want to miss out on the outdoor exhibits if it is raining. A rain jacket will make your trip more comfortable. Also if you find the theaters cold you may put on your jacket.

Is the tour/attraction/activity appropriate for children?

It is absolutely OK to bring kids to Pearl Harbor. In fact, it is one of the best things that you can do with your kids in Hawaii. 

Is transportation included? If so, where is the pick-up spot, or how do I arrange it?

Transportation to and from Pearl Harbor is not included in the Passport. To get there, you can take public transportation or a taxi from Waikiki or drive there yourself. Pearl Harbor is a short drive from Waikiki and downtown Honolulu.

Is the attraction wheelchair accessible?

The Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is very accessible for visitors with disabilities. There is reserved accessible parking in the front lot, which is a short distance from the entrance.

Can I bring my camera?

Cameras are allowed at Pearl Harbor. You can take photos everywhere, EXCEPT on the Admiral Clarey Bridge to Ford Island. Cameras allowed at Pearl Harbor include video cameras. However, if you bring a larger than standard camera, security may need to inspect it. You will also be questioned about filming commercially, which is prohibited without a permit. Keep in mind that you can only take what you can fit in your pockets and a camera to carry in your hands. While cameras are allowed at Pearl Harbor, camera bags are prohibited.