Pearl Harbor Shuttle: Roundtrip Transportation from Waikiki
We provide round trip shuttle service from your hotel so you can enjoy The Pearl Harbor National Memorial!
None of the Memorials are Included!
Transportation to Pearl Harbor
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Bag Policy at Pearl Harbor
*Bags are prohibited at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Bag storage at Pearl Harbor is $6 for standard bags and $10 for oversize luggage. Bags that are see-through or containing medication/medical devices are allowed at the discretion of the National Park Service. All cellphones, wallets, and cameras are allowed.
Experience a self-guided tour of Pearl Harbor with our convenient, hassle free round trip service from your hotel or resort. Be sure to reserve your Pearl Harbor tickets in advance so that you can tour the memorial at your own pace.
NOTE: The Pearl Harbor Shuttle does not include ANY of the Memorials at Pearl Harbor.
- Round trip service from your hotel
- Timely pick up and drop off
- You won't need to worry about parking
- Pearl Harbor National Memorial
Activity Times:7:00 AM
Hassle free round trip shuttle service to The Pearl Harbor Memorial from your hotel or resort.
4-Pickup Locations and 3-Times:
- Hilton Hawaiian Village Grand Islander Bus Depot (6:10am 10:10am 12:10pm)
- Sheraton Aloha Landing (6:20am 10:20am 10:12pm)
- Hyatt Regency (Koa Ave) (6:30am 10:30am 12:30pm)
- Waikiki Beach Marriott (Paoakalani Ave) (6:40am 10:40am 12:40pm)
The Pearl Harbor National Memorial
We are your Premiere Shuttle Service to and from The Pearl Harbor Memorial. With multiple hotel pick up and drop off times throughout the day we are sure to be a convenient and budget friendly choice for professional transportation. We offer Pearl Harbor tickets in addition to shuttle service so that you can enjoy the memorial at your leisure.
The Pearl Harbor Historic Sites
It all begins at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center where you have access to gift shops, food vendors, restrooms, and Pearl Harbor Memorial information.
The USS Arizona Memorial
Designed by the Austrian-born American architect, Alfred Preis (February 2, 1911 - March 29, 1994), this iconic white structure is immediately recognized around the world and was dedicated by John F. Kennedy on May 30th 1962. It stands atop the actual sunken USS Arizona Battleship which heroes who lost their lives during the attack on Pearl Harbor remain entombed to this day. Its effect is one of serenty with the sag in the middle expressing initial defeat, but the ends standing strong to show ultimate victory. You can still witness droplets of oil seep to the surface which are sometimes referred to as "the tears of the Arizona" or "black tears".
The USS Missouri Battleship
It is an Iowa-class battleship and the third ship of the United States Navy to be named after the state of Missouri. Commissioned in June of 1944, the USS Missouri fought in the battles of Okinawa and Iwo Jima and later in two tours during the Korean War. The Mighty Mo is best remembered for being the site of representatives of the Empire of Japan signing the Japanese Instrument of Surrender, ending World War II on September 2, 1945.
The USS Bowfin Submarine & Pacific Fleet Subamrine Museum
Built in 1942 and commissioned in May of 1943, the USS Bowfin Balao-class fleet attack submarine has been open to the public along with the Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum since 1981 at Pearl Harbor. Named after the bowfin fish, the submarine has been a pivital ship in many war patrols and coordinated operations between 1943 and 1945, mostly in the Sea of Japan, South China Sea, and Celebes Sea. On December 7th 1942, exactly one year after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Bowfin was nicknamed "The Pearl Harbor Avenger" and helped make famous the term, "Silent Service".
The Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum
The museum officially opened on December 7th 2006, the 65th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. It is located on Ford Island and now occupies 2 hangars covering 16 acres. It is host to a large variety of aviation exhibits with the majority being specific to the Attack on Pearl Harbor and World War II.
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