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Since opening in January 1999, the Battleship Missouri Memorial has attracted more than 8-million visitors from around the world with a fascinating tour experience showcasing the USS Missouri’s unique place in history. Located a mere ship’s length...more
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The Mighty Mo was the last of the Pearl Harbor exhibits for us to see...and now is out favorite. So many friendly and knowlegeable staff all arround to help and tghe exhibits on and in the ship are very well done.
Nice to see the boat where WWII ended by signing of the Japanese Instrument of Surrender. One problem I had was taking video pictures on the side of the boat facing pearl harbor. Doing a 360 scan a guide came up and said you cant...More
Such a fantastic tour experience! The docent-led tour is just a half hour, but they pack a ton of info and answer any questions you might have. After that you're free to explore below deck and if you're the type who likes to see everything...More
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If your staying Waikiki, consider taking a tour operator (We do recommend Hoku Hawaii Tours) for the day excursion to Pearl Harbour; it has accesses to the Arizona (float around) Bowfin, Pacific Air and Battleship Missouri... More
If your staying Waikiki, consider taking a tour operator (We do recommend Hoku Hawaii Tours) for the day excursion to Pearl Harbour; it has accesses to the Arizona (float around) Bowfin, Pacific Air and Battleship Missouri. No transport problems to and from Pearl as well as moving between venues. Lunch was included on out trip.. As prior, there was no opening date for the Arizona Memorial