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Pearl Harbor National Memorial

Pearl Harbor National Memorial, a unit of the National Park Service, offers visitors a place to connect with national, international, and personal histories of World War II in the Pacific, ranging from events leading to the December 7, 1941, attack on O’ahu, to continued peace and reconciliation. The memorial is a “place of remembrance and contemplation of the nature of war and the sacrifices of those who lost their lives during the Pacific War.”

Pearl Harbor National Memorial is adjacent to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and includes the mostly open-air Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, two-world class museums, is home to the USS Arizona Memorial, along with the USS Utah, and the USS Oklahoma Memorials (located on Ford Island), the shipwrecks; submerged resources; mooring quays F6 North and South, F7 North and South, and F8 North and South; the six Chief Petty Officer Bungalows; and other historic and archeological sites that are tangible features of Battleship Row and the Pearl Harbor environs.

 

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Park Information

Free admission to the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, which includes two museums and the park grounds is open to the public, 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, seven days a week (closed only on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day). 

No purses, handbags, backpacks, camera bags, diaper bags, or other items that offer concealment are allowed in the Pearl Harbor National Memorial. Allowable items include wallets, cameras, cellular phones, and bottled water. Medicine can be brought into the park in a clear bag. Baby carriages and wheelchairs are permitted. Bag storage is available outside the main gate for a fee of $6.00 per bag and $10 per luggage. Parking fee is $7/day.

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