Just a short drive from the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, here are other sites to visit on the island.
Historic Sites On Oahu
Diamond Head is a crater formed about 300,000 years ago during a single, explosive volcanic eruption. Today, Diamond Head (Lē'ahi in Hawaiian) sits on the eastern edge of Waikiki's coastline and is known for its historic hiking, stunning views, and military history.
Bishop Museum is a history and science museum located in Honolulu's historic Kalihi district. This museum houses the world's largest collection of Polynesian cultural artifacts. It was built in 1889 by Charles Bishop in memory of his late wife, Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop.
The National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, Punchbowl, is a national cemetery located at Punchbowl Crater in Honolulu. It serves as a memorial to honor the men and women who served in the United States Armed Forces, and those who have given their lives. Millions of people visit the cemetery each year. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Hawaii.
Iolani Palace was the official residence of Hawaii's monarchy. A visit will take you back to the time of King Kalakaua and his sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani. The palace, dedicated in 1882, is now open to the public as a museum. It was the only official state residence of royalty in the US.