Sequestration Update: Changes in USS Arizona Memorial Tour Schedule
Until further notice, the last USS Arizona Memorial tour will begin at 1:00 pm instead of 3:00 pm each day. The visitor center will close at 4:30 pm instead of 5:00 pm. The USS Missouri, USS Bowfin, and Pacific Aviation Museum are not impacted. More »
From Engagement to Peace
World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument preserves and interprets the stories of the Pacific War, including the events at Pearl Harbor, the internment of Japanese Americans, the battles in the Aleutians, and the occupation of Japan.Read More
Apply for the 2013 Teacher Institute!
The 2013 Teacher Institute will be held on Oahu July 8-12. This year's theme is Inspired by History: Exploring the Untold Stories of World War II.Read More
Plan Your Visit
Come explore this unique part of world history by visiting the newly-updated Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, open 7:00 am to 4:30 pm daily.Read More
Online Reservations Now Available!
Visitors may now log on to www.Recreation.gov and reserve tickets for tours of the USS Arizona Memorial and other Pearl Harbor Historic Sites!Read More
Book the Official Audio Tour!
You can now reserve your official USS Arizona Memorial audio tour online at www.Recreation.gov.Read More
As of 3/6, the last USS Arizona Memorial tour will begin at 1pm instead of 3pm, and the visitor center will close at 4:30. Partners are not impacted.Read More
Granting Students a Ticket to Ride
WWII Valor in the Pacific NM was recently awarded a grant by the National Park Foundation to bring over 700 local elementary students to Pearl Harbor.Read More
Honor a Generation
This year marks 50th anniversary of the USS Arizona Memorial. Your contributions will help restore the Memorial and honor a generation!Read More
Become a Junior Ranger!
We are proud to announce our two new Junior Ranger programs, now available upon request at the NPS Tickets & Information Desk. Get yours today!Read More
You can find your favorite USS Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor souvenirs online at the Pacific Historic Parks bookstore.Read More
Did You Know?
There were 1.4 million gallons of fuel on the USS Arizona when she sank. Over 60 years later, approximately nine quarts still surfaces from the ship each day. Some Pearl Harbor survivors have referred to the oil droplets as "Black Tears."