Fees & Passes

Admission:

  • Parking at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is free.
  • Entry to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is free, including access to our two museums ("Road to War" and the "Attack Gallery") and exhibits along the harbor.
  • Tickets to the USS Arizona Memorial are free.


During our busiest times (Christmas break, spring break, and summertime), we often run out of tickets early in the day. If you want to get a walk-in ticket during busy times, plan to arrive as early as possible.

All individuals, including very small children and infants need a ticket, even if they are small enough to sit on the lap of their guardian during the film and while on the boats to and from the USS Arizona Memorial.

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Reserving Tickets

Pearl Harbor National Memorial Rangers can not make, modify, reschedule or cancel public reservations. Please reach out to your booking agent to communicate any changes.

Reservations are not necessary, but they are recommended. We have modified the advanced reservation window to better adapt to local, state and federal regulations that influence our operating status. Reservations can be made either up to 7 days or 24-hours in advance, through www.recreation.gov. You will pay a non-refundable $1.00 program management fee per reserved ticket. You are not paying for your free USS Arizona Memorial program ticket; you are paying a program management fee to recreation.gov. There is a reservation limit of 5 tickets per person per day.

For example, tickets for November 1st will first become available on October 25th at 3 pm Hawaii Standard Time, and more tickets will be made available on October 31st at 3 pm Hawaii Standard Time.

Please arrive an hour before your ticket time. This will give you plenty of time to park and get your tickets at the ticket desk, as well as see our two museums before your program. At a minimum, please arrive 30 minutes before your program to be sure you can enter the theater. If you are not here by your program time your seats may be given away to visitors on standby. If you make a reservation for a certain time but want to see if you can get earlier walk-in tickets, that is not a problem. Please let the front desk staff know you made reservations for a later time, so those tickets can go to someone else. Again, if you are looking for tickets outside of the 7 day or 24-hour window and it says tickets are "not yet released," that means all the tickets are gone, or they have not yet been released.

A non-refundable $1.00 convenience fee per reserved ticket will be charged. Please arrive an hour before your ticket time to pick up your tickets, see the harbor area, and tour our two museums before your program. At a minimum, please arrive 30 minutes before your program to be sure you can enter the theater. If you are not here by your program time and we are out of walk-in tickets, your seats may be given away to visitors on standby.

 

Passes

Can I use or purchase a National Park Pass here?
Entrance to the visitor center and tickets for the USS Arizona Memorial program are already free, so there is no need for a pass here at the memorial. We also do not sell the passes. However, you can find them online.

Can I use the Go Oahu card at the visitor center?
The Go Oahu card cannot be used for the USS Arizona Memorial program, since tickets are already free and only available on a first-come, first served basis. You will still need to get a walk-in ticket, or make reservations at www.recreation.gov.

 

School Reservations
If you would like to bring your students to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center for a field trip, please contact Education Specialist Nicholas Puzon, Education Specialist via email at npuzon@pacifichistoricparks.org.

Active Duty Military Units
If you would like to schedule a visit for your unit, please e-mail us using your ".mil" email account. For information on planning military re-enlistments, promotions, retirements, and other ceremonies, e-mail us.

Commercial and Special Use Permits
As one of America’s most recognized symbols, the USS Arizona Memorial receives national media attention and frequent film permit requests. Working with Hollywood, cable and network television, print media, and scholars, the National Park Service staff at the USS Arizona Memorial assist in giving the story of Pearl Harbor a voice, highlighting its importance on a national and international level. Please visit our Do Business With Us page for more information on commercial activities and special use permits.

Have more questions?
If you have further questions, please e-mail us.

Last updated: November 18, 2020

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Pearl Harbor National Memorial
1845 Wasp Blvd. Bldg. 176

Honolulu, HI 96818

Phone:

(808) 422-3399

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