Pearl Harbor & Historic Honolulu Tour Tickets in Oahu, HI

"Hotel Pick-up Only"Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96816
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Ideal for groups and families to experience together, the Pearl Harbor & Historic Honolulu Tour offers guests a chance to remember and honor sailors who lost their lives during the attacks on Pearl Harbor, as well as see historic Honolulu and learn about its past. Guests can see the USS Arizona Memorial, the Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific, I’olani Palace, Kawaiahao Church and more.

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Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Honolulu, Oahu Travel Experts
  • Approximately 2 hours spent at the USS Arizona Memorial.
  • Bags must be checked at Pearl Harbor entrance for $3.00 per bag.
  • Food and drinks available for purchase at Pearl Harbor Visitor Center.
  • Bring your camera!
  • Wear comfortable shoes and weather appropriate attire. No swimsuits.


from Pearl Harbor & Historic Honolulu Tour
Spend a morning at the Pearl Harbor Visitor's Center and remember the sailors who lost their lives during the attacks on Pearl Harbor. Visit the site of the attacks with our expert tour guides, whose historic narration sets the stage for your tour.

Experience the USS Arizona Memorial, one of Pearl Harbor’s most emotional, memorable sites. At the Visitor Center, you’ll have the opportunity to see authentic wartime artifacts, compelling museum displays, and contemplative open spaces designed with the country’s fallen soldiers in mind. Before returning to Waikiki, we’ll take you on a driving tour of historic Honolulu. See the Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific, I’olani Palace, Kawaiahao Church, the Honolulu State Capitol Building, the statue of King Kamehameha the Great.

Enjoy a convenient Pearl Harbor tour with round-trip Waikiki hotel transportation!

Tour Highlights:
• Pearl Harbor Visitor Center
• USS Arizona Memorial
• Expert World War II Narration
• World War II Memorials
• Authentic War Memorabilia
• Film Footage of Attacks
• Historic Honolulu City Tour
• Punchbowl National Cemetery
• I’olani Palace
• Kawaiahao Church
• Ali’iolani Hale
• King Kamehameha Statue

Tour Times:
Tour 3A - Departs: 6:25 am, Returns: 11:30 am
Tour 3B - Departs: 9:10 am, Returns: 1:45 pm

What to Bring:
• Government Issued ID (Passport for guests from outside the US)
• Wear Covered Shoes
• Comfortable clothes (Shirts Are Required)
• No Swim Suits
• No Bags (all bags must be stored for a fee of 4.00 per bag)

• Water & snacks are available for purchase at Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and outside of the USS Bowfin Submarine

Pearl Harbor is an active military base, therefore a "no bag" policy exists on location, prohibiting purses, handbags, fanny packs, backpacks, camera bags, diaper bags, luggage and/or other items that offer concealment. Bags can be stored in a secure storage facility for a $4.00 fee. The facility is located outside the front entrance near the Pearl Harbor Shuttle Stop.

Guests will confirm Waikiki Hotel pick-up after the activity is reserved.

Waikiki Pick-up from Most Hotels:
  • Waikiki Hotel pick-up; please note, due to hotel driveway restrictions, your pick-up location may be at a consolidated location within walking distance of your hotel. (Select hotel at check-out.)

  • Professional Tour Guide

  • Transportation in clean, air-conditioned Mini Coach

Pearl Harbor & Historic Honolulu Tour Reviews

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Milwaukie, OR
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September 2018
I wasn't quite sure what I signed up for, but I'm sure glad I did. It was great trip to Pearl Harbor with one of the best tour guides I have ever had, somewhat interactive and very amusing. At Pearl Harbor we were only give 1.5 hours to do everything before our return ride would be leaving. (We ended up driving back to Pearl Harbor on our own to view the museums we didn't have a chance to see). Our ride back was with a nice gentleman, who continued the informational tour with some awesome and very interesting facts! Would definitely recommend this tour!
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Tip: It's a couple of hours round trip and we didn't have a lot of time to view all of Pearl Harbor

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Gail S.
Mesa, AZ
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"A wonderful Tour"
February 2018
We loved the tour, in large part because our guide, Kanoe, was so knowledgeable about the history of the area and everything we saw. I am sure other guides are great, too. She clearly explained how the visit to the Arizona would go, and where we needed to be and when. It made the trip go so smoothly. Seeing the historic sites was very interesting, includng a drive through Punchbowl cemetary. Would highly recommend this tour!
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Tip: Spend a few dollars more and get the narrated tour at the Pearl Harbor visitor's will learn even more (headsets to hear recordings) and get a bag to carry your stuff.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Pearl Harbor & Historic Honolulu Tour

Can your vehicles accommodate wheelchairs?
At this time, our vehicles can accommodate collapsible wheelchairs only. We ask that you let us know at the time of booking your tour that you will be traveling with a collapsible wheelchair.

What type of vehicles do you use?
We use Luxury Deluxe Mini-Coaches equipped with air-conditioning, reclining seats and extra large sightseeing windows. Each bus seats 12-25 passengers.

What do I need to bring on my Pearl Harbor tour?
Because of security reasons you are not allowed to bring any fanny packs, backpacks, purses or anything that provides concealment.

You can bring your cameras and camcorders without their cases. If you are doing a Pearl Harbor with an Island tour combo you may bring your purses and leave them with your tour guides. We ask that you take all your cash and credit cards with you. Your personal items will be locked in the vehicle.

Do I get to board the Arizona Memorial?
Yes, we provide the official Navy tour and you board the Navy shuttle-boat to the Arizona Memorial.