Explore the sites of Pearl Harbor in Honolulu on this tour from Waikiki. You'll receive skip-the-line access for a guided tour of the USS Missouri and visit the USS Arizona Memorial and the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center to learn about the Japanese attacks in 1941. Plus, enjoy a sightseeing tour of Honolulu to see attractions such as the King Kamehameha Statue and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl Cemetery).
Pearl Harbor tour combining visits to the USS Arizona Memorial and the USS Missouri
Skip the line on a guided tour of the USS Missouri, the last battleship built by the US Navy
See historical artifacts at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center
Ride a Navy launch to view the USS Arizona Memorial with a guide
See downtown Honolulu sights such as Kawaiahao Church, King Kamehameha Statue, and Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives
Drive through the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, aka Punchbowl Cemetery
Pickup and drop-off from select Waikiki hotels included
Discover the highlights of Pearl Harbor, along with skip-the-line admission to the USS Missouri and USS Arizona Memorial, plus a sightseeing tour of downtown Honolulu during this 7-hour trip. History buffs will especially appreciate this in-depth visit to the site of one of America’s most famous military moments. Start your trip with pickup from your Waikiki hotel at 6:30am. Your tour operator will provide the exact pickup schedule at the time of reconfirmation. Travel by air-conditioned coach to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, the starting point for your visit to the naval base and home to a variety of artifacts documenting the infamous attack that catapulted the United States into WWII. Head next by Navy launch to the USS Arizona Memorial, where 1,777 of the boat’s crew lost their lives on December 7, 1941. This national monument sits over the submerged remnants of the ship’s mid-section. Continue your Pearl Harbor visit with a stop at the USS Missouri, where you’ll enjoy an in-depth guided tour of one of the most famous (and longest-serving) American battleships in history. The vessel first came into service in WWII, hosted the Japanese surrender to the Allied Forces and saw its last active duty during the 1990s Desert Storm operation. Following your exploration of Pearl Harbor, continue back to downtown Honolulu for a chance to investigate some of the city’s top sights. Among the stops on your Honolulu tour are Kawaiahao Church, the statue of King Kamehameaha, the Hawaii State Archives and State Public Library, the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives (originally known as Mission Houses Museum) and Honolulu Hale. Finish your day with a visit to the only royal palace found on American soil at the Iolani Palace and with a visit to the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl Cemetery), followed by a drop-off back at your Waikiki hotel.
My son and I were suppose to meet with our group at 9:15am for the Film and boat ride to the USS Arizona memorial. I suggest that others not accept the headphones that were given to us. We were so busy trying to locate the exhibits and statues that we used up more time than we should have. We arrived at the gate at 9:15-9:16.Our group had gone in to the Film and we were not allowed to join them. Also when we were to be dropped off later that afternoon, there were others on our bus needing to get back to their hotels as soon as possible for other commitments. Our bus driver drop us off near a mall. I said yes it was ok thinking it was the mall near our Sheraton Wikiki, but was actually near Sheraton Princess. We wandered around lost for about an hour and half. Finally reaching our hotel using my IPhone GPS.
USS Missouri, USS Arizona Memorial, and Pearl Harbor Tour from Waikiki
, Jun 2019
USS Missouri tour excellent. USS Arizona Memorial shut still, even after we delayed tour by almost year after noting National Park's expected completion date. Pearl Harbour tour really just a boat ride to the Memorial and past the USS Missouri. Tour of actual complex ashore excellent. Air museum guided tour excellent.
Much preferred to hear history rather than corny jokes. Caleo had a liberal slant to our country and our president. Spoiled the tour. Too bad that the Viator Co did not give us something different when they told us due to Memorial Day, we could not go to Punchbowl. Loved the USS Missouri guide and experience.
Everything expected. Our driver was extremely informative and an excellent personality. Very outgoing, approachable. I can't image anyone else that I would have wanted to take me on this tour. Would recommend GAR to everyone. He is an assest to your team.
This trip was not long enough we felt it was all a rush by the bus company the cost was too high it is free if you go to the memorial and base their is a charge for the uss Missouri looks like the bus company is taking most of the profit the bus driver was very knowledgeable well done to the Driver you can do this visit on your Owen for 80 Dollers for 2
Thanks to our wonderful tour guide Garfield, so informative on Hawaiian history and Pearl Harbour. Really enjoyed the tour. Would recommend doing this tour while in Hawaii.
David and Pauline from Western Australia