Important Updates

USS Arizona Memorial Reopening Friday, July 10

The National Park Service today announced that the USS Arizona Memorial will reopen on Friday, July 10.


Please click on the link to view NPS press release


The Pearl Harbor National Memorial, with access to two museums, the audio tour, Virtual Reality Center, and bookstore opened on June 19, 2020.


Please review our prior press release on what Pacific Historic Parks has done to improve safety. 


With visitor counts down due to the 14-day quarantine, this is a great opportunity for local families to visit the four historic sites at Pearl Harbor.  More information on the Pearl Harbor Family Kama’aiana Pass can be found here:

Released: 7/08/2020

In the News

May 26, 2020

Long Valley Students Take Virtual Learning To Historic Parks

The fifth grade team from Benedict A. Cucinella School is enhancing the digital learning experiences that the students have been participating in with the historic help - Beyond the Bookends.

October 15, 2019

78 years later, his heroism on Dec. 7 still inspires many

HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - When Imperial Japanese forces attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Isaac Campbell Kidd rushed to the bridge of the USS Arizona.

August 17, 2019

Navy volunteers clean USS Arizona Memorial, re-opening on track for Fall 2019

A key A key attraction at the Pearl Harbor’s Visitor’s Center has been closed for over a year now. The state’s biggest attraction has been closed for over a year now.

May 15, 2020

Technology helps a Pearl Harbor survivor share his story in the age of social distancing

Conter is always willing to share his story whether while visiting Hawaii or when he is back at home in California.

September 1, 2019

Column: Reopening of USS Arizona Memorial is very welcome news

With the re-opening of the USS Arizona Memorial, visitors will once again experience this hallowed place so they can remember and honor the Americans killed at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941

October 17, 2019

Grandson of USS Arizona admiral speaks at Pacific Historic Parks celebration

Rear Adm. Isaac Kidd, who served aboard the battleship USS Arizona, was the highest-ranking casualty on Dec. 7, 1941, and the first flag officer to lose his life in World War II.

August 19, 2019

Volunteers prep Arizona Memorial for reopening

Volunteers continue to clean and polish the USS Arizona Memorial in preparation for the as-yet announced reopening of one of the state’s most visited tourist attractions.

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