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Visiting the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites

By June 21, 2013

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USS Arizona Memorial as seen from the bridge of the Battleship Missouri - Photo by John Fischer, licensed to About.com

A must stop for any first time visitor to Oahu, is Pearl Harbor. While most visitors are aware that they can visit the USS Arizona Memorial, many do not realize that there are three other historic sites available. It's easy to spend a full day experiencing history.

USS Arizona Memorial

Hawaii's most popular tourist attraction has over 1,500,000 million tourists a year. We will help you plan your visit to this most solemn of places in Hawaii. We also offer photos of the USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center, the USS Arizona Museum and USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park

The USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park at Pearl Harbor offers visitors the chance to tour the World War II submarine USS Bowfin and view and submarine-related artifacts on (the) grounds and in the Museum. View a gallery of 36 photos taken at the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park Photo Gallery at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Battleship Missouri Memorial

The USS Missouri or Mighty Mo, as she is often called, is anchored at Ford Island in Pearl Harbor within a ship's length of the USS Arizona Memorial, forming fitting bookends to the involvement of the Unites States in World War II. View photos of the Battleship Missouri and Battleship Missouri Memorial at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

Pacific Aviation Museum

The highly anticipated Pacific Aviation Museum - Pearl Harbor (PAM) opened to the public on Dec. 7, 2006, the 65th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Hawaii. View a gallery of 24 photos of the new Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island, Pearl Harbor.

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