Visiting Pearl Harbor

visiting Pearl Harbor is a moving and educational experience that provides valuable insights into one of the most pivotal moments of the 20th century. It’s a chance to honor the memory of those who lost their lives and to reflect on the enduring legacy of World War II. Pearl Harbor is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.

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Ways to Explore Pearl Harbor

Choose how you want to experience Pearl Harbor: Travel with a knowledgeable, certified guide or travel and tour on your own.

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Helpful Tips

Remember, no bags of any size are allowed anywhere at Pearl Harbor. This includes backpacks, camera bags, purses, luggage, and fanny packs must all be left at the baggage storage at the entrance to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. For diaper needs, we suggest parents and caregivers include these baby items in a clear sealable under the stroller seat for clear visibility and access.

You can pick up your headset for the audio tour near the Information Desk at the Visitors Center.

Pearl Harbor is an accessible site, there are no hills, and the paths are mostly flat. Wheelchairs are not available for rent at the park. There are benches placed around the visitor center and there are wheelchair locks on the US Navy navy boats to and from the memorial that sport visitors back and forth to the Memorial.

Due to the Pearl Harbor National Memorial’s no bag policy, only bring snacks and water bottles that you can carry. There is a small snack shop on site that carries various sundry snacks and cold beverages as well as restaurants throughout the area. There are water fountains located throughout the park to use or refill water bottles.