USS Arizona Memorial
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Bags and personal effects are strongly discouraged at this site. Plan to bring as little as possible with you
An exceedingly popular site and highlight for many visiting Hawaii. The memorial represents the resting place of the majority of seamen who lost their lives in the attacks on Pearl Harbor at the end of WWII.
The site's maintenance and administration is provided by the National Park Service, with plenty of options for tour packages including transportation. Be mindful that the site holds significant symbolism to those in the Services and their families. Access to the sunken vessel itself is heavily moderated, expect a short stay at the memorial itself while spending further time at the museum space and other supporting attractions.
Flights into Oahu are best achieved through the International Airport (HNL), the memorial itself is pretty much due north from the site of the airport.
Accessible from Honolulu and from a variety of points across the island by car or public transport. It is an especially popular landmark and enjoys a variety of tour options from popular hotel areas across Oahu.
Technically, the actual site of the memorial is only accessible by boat, arrangements for a tour will have to be made in advance. Cruise from Honolulu or enjoy private and shared tours from across many of the islands of Hawaii. including Oahu but also Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island!
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