Shrine Room Closed
The Shrine Room of the USS Arizona Memorial will be closed for construction for approximately 5 weeks. Access to the USS Arizona Memorial will still be available during this time and viewing of the construction will be visible.
Fees & Reservations
Updated July 14, 2014
NEW!!: Each day 300 additional tickets will be available for next-day tours. Each person may reserve a maximum of 6 tickets per day. Valid photo identification must be presented to claim tickets. Reservations are available everyday beginning at 7am (HST) through www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.
Please note: During the busy summer months, the limited number of program tickets for the USS Arizona Memorial program are distributed quite quickly!
The Pearl Harbor Visitor Center has an average of 2,000 first-come/ first-serve tickets available each day. Tickets are free and the Visitor Center opens at 7:00 a.m. If you arrive early enough to secure your own tickets, you may have a few hours to wait before your tour.
There is no charge for admission to World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. While the USS Arizona Memorial tickets themselves do not have a cost, the other Pearl Harbor Historic Sites are non-profit entities that charge fees for admission.
When you book in advance online at www.Recreation.gov, you may be able to decide what time your USS Arizona Memorial program begins. each reservation made via www.Recreation.gov includes a $1.50 per ticket, non-refundable convenience fee.
The first USS Arizona Memorial program of the day begins at 8:00 a.m., and the last program begins at 3:00 p.m.
Doing Business with the Park
Have more questions?
Questions regarding Recreation.gov reservations should be directed to Recreation.gov customer service.
For information on planning a school group visit, click here.
For information on planning a visit for a group of military personnel, e-mail us.
Did You Know?
The bond between USS Arizona shipmates went beyond being comrades; there were 37 sets of brothers assigned to the USS Arizona on December 7, 1941.