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Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor and Punchbowl Sightseeing Tour

Highlights
  • Skip the long lines at Pearl Harbor on this Oahu combo tour
  • Relive World War II history at the USS Arizona Memorial
  • Drive through the Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific
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Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor and Punchbowl Sightseeing Tour
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Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor and Punchbowl Sightseeing Tour
USD 50.96
Overview
See some of Oahu’s most important landmarks without the wait on this combo Pearl Harbor tour including the USS Arizona Memorial. Skipping the line at the battleship gives you more time to trace events that launched the United States into World War II. Pay tribute to fallen soldiers on a drive through Punchbowl Cemetery, and see landmarks such as Iolani Palace on a Honolulu city tour.
What to Expect
Enjoy pickup from select Waikiki hotels in the morning, and head straight to Pearl Harbor and skip the line with priority access. At the visitor center, watch historical footage of the Japanese air attack that propelled the United States into World War II and view other wartime artifacts. Cross the harbor to reach the USS Arizona Memorial, a one-time battleship where 1,777 sailors lost their lives during the 1941 attack.

Pass the resting place of other soldiers on a drive through Punchbowl National Cemetery of the Pacific, and see Iolani Palace, the only royal residence that exists on US soil. Stop to take photos of King Kamehameha Statue, Kawaiahao Church, and other important Honolulu landmarks before being returned to your hotel.
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1 - 5 of 13 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Tour guide guilting and possibly threatening the customer

This is what he, our driver/tour guide Tommy, said to me in a very irritated, agitated and almost threatening tone: “I will not wait for you next time, five minute late and I'll leave. We're 30 min behind! Now, I have to think of ways...More

Thank cazijun
KainaluK, Manager at Gray Line - Polynesian Adventure Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for posting your tour review. We would like to express our apologies for your concerns. Our company's main objectives are to ensure the comfort and safety of our guests and the behavior you described is in direct contrast with our policies and values...More

Reviewed 7 August 2018
A little history on our island vacation

Booked the tour after not being able to get a reservation for the Arizona Memorial on recreation.gov and was very happy with the tour. Our bus drive/guide, Gensin, was really informative and had a good sense of humor as well. The Arizona Memorial was under...More

Thank sjshelton
Reviewed 4 August 2018
Arizona memorial closed was not notified

Very disappointed that we were not notified of the Arizona memorial closure. Our reservation does quote that they do not guarantee however when they already know in advance should the customer not be notified and given options!!

3  Thank vicky t
Reviewed 7 July 2018
Amazing Experience

We visiting the USS MO, Pearl Harbor and Arizona. It was very educational and moving. The MO tour was well-organized and educational. The Pearl Harbor grounds had lots of displays to read and learn about what happened there. The USS AZ memorial was closed for...More

Thank Nina R
Reviewed 26 May 2018
Visit to Arizona/USS Missouri and city sites

Pick-up was punctual and I did like the ease of getting into both Pearl Harbor and USS Missouri without waiting in line. I also felt like we had ample time at those sites. I would like to be able to get out at Punchbowl rather...More

Thank mgfraley
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