USS Oklahoma Memorial

Remembering the Fallen: The USS Oklahoma Memorial commemorates the 429 men who lost their lives when the battleship was attacked during the Japanese assault on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Through poignant exhibits, personal stories, and reflective spaces, visitors can honor the memory of these fallen heroes and learn about the impact of the attack on both the ship and its crew.

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Plan Your Visit: The USS Oklahoma Memorial is open to the public and welcomes visitors from around the world to pay their respects and learn about this important chapter in history. Admission is free, and guided tours are available to enhance your experience.

 

Contact Us: For more information about visiting the USS Oklahoma Memorial, booking group tours, or supporting our mission, please contact us at +1 808-913-1801