6 Hour City Tour
$55 per Adult
$25 Per Child
Pearl Harbor, approx time 4hrs for two attractions
Thank you for your interest in visiting the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites. Please know that purchase of tours on PearlHarborHistoricSites.org do not include the USS Arizona Memorial movie/boat tour. The National Park Service offers over 2,000 free walk-in tickets each day for the USS Arizona Memorial Tour on a first-come, first-served basis. Be sure to come early for these walk up tickets, the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is open daily from 7am.
Time-stamped tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so it’s best to arrive early. Pearl Harbor is the number one visitor destination on Oahu, so be prepared for a wait, as much as two hours or more on a busy day. While waiting for your tour to begin, you’ll have plenty of time to take in the other historic sites.
Free daily tours to the USS Arizona Memorial are available from 8 am to 3pm and include a compelling 23 minute film on the history of the politics, the people and the attack on Oahu. After viewing the film, visitors are then boarded on a 150 passenger US Navy operated boat and experience an unforgettable ride to the USS Arizona Memorial. The movie and boat tour to the USS Arizona Memorial takes approximately 75 minutes.
Pali Lookout overlooking Windward Oahu
The Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside is a lookout above the tunnels where there is a panoramic view of the Oʻahu’s windward side with views of Kāneʻohe, Kāneʻohe Bay, and Kailua. It is also well known for strong trade winds that blow through the pass (now bypassed by the Nuʻuanu Pali Tunnels).
Diamond Head is a defining feature of the view known to residents and tourists of Waikiki, and also a U.S. National Natural Monument. The volcanic tuff cone is a United States State Monument. While part of it is closed to the public and serves as a platform for antennas used by the U.S. government, the crater’s proximity to Honolulu’s resort hotels and beaches makes the rest of it a popular destination.
The largest city and airport in the Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu acts as a natural gateway to the islands’ large tourism industry, which brings millions of visitors and contributes $10 billion annually to the local economy. Honolulu’s location in the Pacific also makes it a large business and trading hub, particularly between the East and the West. Other important aspects of the city’s economy include military defense, research and development, and manufacturing.