Honolulu, Hawaii, US
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Approximately 5 Hours
Stand on the hallowed grounds of the Pearl Harbor battlefield as you learn the incredible in-depth history behind the events of December 7, 1941. This exclusive behind-the-scenes experience is not available to the public.
Visit the hangars that withstood the attack, still marked with bullet holes, and enjoy a guided tour of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.
Your outing includes exclusive access to the historic Ford Island Control Tower, not open to the public.
See video footage of American and Japanese aircraft engaged in aerial combat as you hear about the little-known but extremely harrowing battle over the small Hawaiian island of Niihau. It is the story of a determined Japanese pilot and the Hawaiian heroes that thwarted his escape. Learn of the C-47 and B-17, known as the Swamp Ghost.
You will stand on the Surrender Deck of USS Missouri, where World War II finally ended. Hear the story and see the impact of the kamikaze attack on Mighty Mo. Explore the below decks to see what Navy life was really like.
Lunch is served along the way.
Wear comfortable walking shoes. Tour requires walking approximately 1.5 miles on uneven terrain. The visit to the Control Tower requires climbing 50 steps. Shade is limited; to avoid sunburn, wear light, long clothing suitable for use as a cover-up. Bring a hat and sunglasses; wear biodegradable sunscreen. Bring bottled water in a clear plastic bottle only. This tour is on an active-duty military base with a strict no-bag policy; lockers are available to rent. Tour does not operate on holidays.