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USS Arizona Memorial

Memorial Site, Historic and Protected Site, and History Museum
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    "Please be respectful."(10 Tips)
    Stacy B.
    "Beautiful memorial and important place of remembrance."(4 Tips)
    Kristine R.
    "Audio tour is $6 per person."(3 Tips)
    "... of the Arizona” or “black tears.”"(2 Tips)
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    Hawaii.comDecember 13, 2013
    While most people who go here will take the free tour, the packaged tours they offer are really worth it. You get to see more of the harbor and other memorials not accessible by the public.
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    Carmen TlcMay 1, 2017
    the U.S. Navy will shuttle you from the center to the sloping white memorial. You see oil that still slowly seeps up to the water's surface from the wreckage 😢you can pay your respects
    Upvoted Jan 20
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    DebSeptember 22, 2016
    Make sure to arrive super early. The lines can be long!
    Upvoted 3 weeks ago
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    Stacy Bo BacyMarch 1, 2023
    Beautiful memorial and important place of remembrance. Be sure to make reservations online weeks ahead. A few tickets will be available at 3pm the day before, as well.
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    Spencer BrownellAugust 10, 2017
    Very moving. I was incredibly annoyed by those who laughed and giggled while viewing it. Have some respect!
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    Tamas DoberMarch 6, 2018
    I liked the way they made it a real memorial place to the lives lost here. It was midweek and the parking lot was full at 10.30. Make reservations online at least a day earlier!
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    Monica CNovember 12, 2014
    Definitely do the audio tour. It will provide the historical context that will make your visit meaningful. If you are planning a Honolulu visit this place is definitely must-see!
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    Richard RevillaOctober 22, 2014
    Make sure to watch the film it educational and very emotional. Tours are free and pay your respects remember this is a memorial.
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    Cathy CApril 20, 2015
    Free tickets are released online at 7am for the following days. I went on the 2pm tour and it was quiet. It you're in Honolulu this is a must.
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    Steve RichJanuary 4, 2017
    Go online to get reservations for visits in the future. Otherwise you can pick up tickets for visits later the same day. Last visiting hour is 3:00 pm.
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    Joan DittmerDecember 10, 2015
    An amazing place to see and visit. Mind you this is not a place where you act foolish and carry on. I loved it so much and was so touched
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    Adam StallmanSeptember 13, 2014
    A very moving experience. You watch a short film before the boat ride to the memorial. No large bags are allowed. Oil still leaks from the ship at two quarts a day, known as the "Black Tears".
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    Jillian ThawMarch 12, 2014
    Come very early to get your free tickets. Always busy but if you make it before 10 am you can beat some crowds. The USS Arizona tour is approx. 1 hour.
    HISTORYJuly 12, 2010
    Sunken remains of the battleship were declared a National Historic Landmark in 1989. Oil can still be seen from the ship; & is referred to as “Tears of the Arizona” or “black tears.”
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    Melissa Michaud NishanSeptember 18, 2014
    Very historic monument. Must take the time to take this tour. Its worth it.
  • James P.
    James PostellOctober 18, 2014
    Awesome experience, standing over the site of a major historical event. Very humbling.
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    Emma BennettJuly 27, 2013
    Sentimental place in US history. With the sun shining in the blue sky's of Hawaii, it's hard to believe what happened in the exact place you are standing some years ago.
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    Speak to ranger Naomi Drye. Ask her the story of the tears of the sailors. Tell her Karina and her little girl, Kara, from Maine, will always remember it. :)
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    JNETApril 8, 2015
    It's free. Visit early and bring a hat. Absolutely emotional place to visit. Please be respectful. It's a memorial site.
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    The White HouseDecember 31, 2011
    President Obama placed a wreath at the USS Arizona Memorial, part of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, in Pearl Harbor. Read more
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    Tomiana DeBellisFebruary 29, 2016
    Be quiet and respect the thousands of lives entombed underneath you. The people giggling and laughing and cracking jokes were not appreciated.
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    Wayne CordeiroJuly 11, 2012
    Stepping foot there, you can't Help feeling Great Sorrow, for this Fateful Day! My Grandpa was working at Pearl Harbor at the time of the Attack. Retired Pipefitter born on 4th of July 1922
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    Ashley OsgoodJanuary 25, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Take it from someone who lives in Pearl Harbor, morning is not the best time. That's when it's the most crowded. Try and catch the last boats at 3-4 for a mellow not too crowded visit
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    Matthew ScottFebruary 28, 2012
    Visit early. The tickets are free, but the lines get longer later in the day. Also visit the many museums on site, all are free.
  • Leigh
    LeighJuly 11, 2010
    Everyone says to go early in the AM but we went at 2:40 on a saturday after the cruise ships left and it was empty! We got 3pm tix for the boat ride over to the memorial. Perfect!
  • Barbara I.
    Barbara IliopoulosMay 14, 2013
    The memorial of the USS Arizona that was bombed during the Pearl Harbor Attack. The battleship sunk to the bottom and you can clearly still see it below the memorial. Read more
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    Dana D.March 19, 2014
    On a windy day, try to get on an early boat. They will cancel boats out if it gets too windy as the day progresses.
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    Smithsonian ChannelJune 23, 2011
    The Arizona sank just nine minutes after a Japanese bomb ignited its forward magazine. 1,117 of its crew were lost, accounting for more than half of the deaths at Pearl Harbor. (From Aerial America) Read more
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    JH H-DAugust 31, 2018
    Still under renovation and repairs, but the boat tour will still take you right up to it!
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    Tyrell JenkinsDecember 15, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Get their early so you don't have to wait around all day to get out to the Memorial. Also, thank every veteran you see. They really appreciate it! :-)
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    Otis LeiMay 25, 2014
    Tickets are free. Get there before 3pm. Can smell leaking oil.
  • Ryan M.
    Ryan MNovember 14, 2013
    The audio tour was very emotional, listening to the survivors talk about that day was heartbreaking.
  • Kristine R.
    Kristine RSeptember 30, 2010
    Bags aren't allowed inside the memorial area. There's a baggage storage right by the entrance. You can bring your cameras and cell phones. Audio tour is $6 per person.
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    KariApril 11, 2012
    Save yourself a LOT of time & make reservations ahead of time ($1.50 per ticket fee applies) at
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    Farad JanApril 12, 2013
    Get here by 8 and makr sure you visit the Mighty Mo and the Aviation Museum.
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    KamsicleFebruary 26, 2014
    Plan to spend at least 3-4 hours, worth it!
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    Steph KatrinaSeptember 22, 2016
    A beautiful memorial to the lives lost. A must visit.
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    EceAugust 14, 2016
    Must see. go early to get a spot
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    Rachel MastermanMarch 13, 2014
    You can wait "standby" for the boat ride over to the USS Arizona - our tix were for 11:45 and we got on the 8:30 boat!
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    Anna BattleAugust 17, 2012
    This sells out, so show up first thing in the morning, or reserve tickets online (it costs $1 per ticket to do so).
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    K BoFebruary 16, 2020
    Worth the price of admission and more.
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    Doug WJanuary 23, 2017
    One of the places every American should see in their lifetime.
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    Torzin SOctober 30, 2019
    Impressive design for memorial
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    Adria KadensDecember 15, 2022
    Make reservations, it's beautiful but somber.
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    Danny GFebruary 16, 2013
    High winds can cancel your boat trip at any time the Navy says so... Check the weather!
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    Allison KaminskiJanuary 8, 2016
    A very moving memorial. Must go!!
  • Jimmy K.
    Jimmy KastnerSeptember 19, 2014
    You will never forget the smell of the fuel leaking out of this ship. Very powerful.
  • Glennia C.
    Glennia CampbellJanuary 5, 2010
    Arizona Memorial features a film on the bombing of Pearl Harbor & boat ride to site of the sunken USS Arizona. Tickets are free, first come, first serve.
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    MitchJanuary 22, 2017
    Very touching memorial. The ship is visible just below the water.
  • ELS Language Centers
    Bags are not allowed on the Arizona Memorial so take just your camera or you can pay for a locker before you enter.
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