about

History

  • 1979 – Members of the Fleet Reserve Association’s Pearl Harbor/Honolulu Branch 46 form
    the Arizona Memorial Museum Association, a nonprofit cooperating association of the
    USS Arizona Memorial.
  • 1987 – Pacific Historic Parks partners with Kalaupapa National Historical Park on Molokai, Hawaii.
  • 1989 – Pacific Historic Parks partners with War in the Pacific National Historical Park on Guam.
  • 2001 – Pacific Historic Parks partners with American Memorial Park on Saipan.
  • 2002 – The Arizona Memorial Museum Association establishes the Pearl Harbor Memorial Fund to raise money for a new Pearl Harbor Visitor Center.
  • June 2010 – AMMA changes its name to Pacific Historic Parks.
  • December 2010 – The expanded and reconstructed Pearl Harbor Visitor Center opens to the public. PHP served as the project’s lead fundraiser, raising a total of $56 million.
  • May 2014 – Pacific Historic Parks partners with the State of Hawaii’s Department of Land & Natural Resources to open the Diamond Head Visitor Center.