The WWII: Honor our Heroes and Historic Honolulu tour offers everything the USS Arizona Memorial Pearl Harbor Tour offers, plus a visit to the “Mighty Mo” — the USS Missouri Battleship. This giant ship was once a true war machine during her prime, but now she rests quietly at Pearl Harbor. Sitting at over 58,000 tons and coming in at just under 900 feet from bow to stern, the Mighty Mo is a must-see. Not only will you get a guided tour aboard this giant but you’ll get to trace the historical footsteps of General Douglas MacArthur when he signed the treaty ending WWII. Visit the USS Missouri with a battleship tour today.
Known as the “Mighty Mo” the USS Missouri Battleship in Honolulu is a giant ship that was once a true war machine during her prime but now rests quietly at Pearl Harbor. Sitting at over 58,000 tons and coming in at just under 900 feet from bow to stern, the Mighty Mo is a site not to be missed. Not only will you get a guided tour aboard this giant but you’ll get to trace the historical footsteps of General Douglas MacArthur when he signed the treaty to end WWII.
Often overlooked and under appreciated are many top attractions located in downtown Honolulu and the surrounding area. We continue our Pearl Harbor Tour to downtown locations like Iolani Palace, which is the only palace on American soil along with other historical landmarks like the coral built Kawaiahao Church. Cruise through the Punchbowl National Cemetery where your professional tour guide can explain the historical significance and history of the crater.
This historic Pearl Harbor Tour also includes a stop to the Arizona Memorial, Historic Honolulu, and a beautiful lunch catered by Asian fusion restaurant, Doraku with a vegetarian option available with 24 hour advance notice of your tour date.
*Children 2-11 years old
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****No Bag Policy Restrictions - Due to security reasons, NO purses, backpacks, fanny packs, diaper bags, camera bags, luggage or other items that provide concealment are allowed to enter Pearl Harbor. Bag storage is available at the entrance of the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center for a fee of $4.00 per bag ($5.00 per bag in 2018). Visitors should bring in their wallets, cameras (no large camera bags are allowed), cellular phones, and water bottles. Baby carriages and wheel chairs are also permitted.