Pacific Historic Parks (originally the Arizona Memorial Museum Association) was founded in 1979 to support and preserve the legacy not only of the USS Arizona Memorial but also of all that took place in and around Pearl Harbor on that infamous day, December 7, 1941.
We work in partnership with the National Park Service in Hawaii, Guam, and Saipan and the Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources. We strive to be the leading organization supporting significant historical sites in the Pacific for future generations.
The proceeds from our efforts support the parks through education, interpretive programs, research, preservation, and restoration projects.
To support the USS Arizona Memorial and other Pacific historic locations through education and interpretive programs, research, preservation, and restoration, to perpetuate the memory of events and honor the people involved in these sites.
We cherish and promote our military heritage, a story of great sacrifice, love, dedication and service to the United States of America and its way of life.
We are committed to remembering, understanding, honoring and educating others about the events and people involved in the sites we serve.
We support a collaborative environment that values partnerships and is open to suggestions and new approaches to achieving our mission.
We strive for excellence and continuous improvement in our work and products.
We conduct ourselves in the highest level of moral standards.
We will carry out our fiduciary duties by prudent use of resources entrusted to us.
To be the leading organization supporting significant historical
sites in the Pacific for future generations.