The USS Arizona Memorial + Polynesian Cultural Center departing Waikiki

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Tour Highlights
  • Attack Footage of December 7, 1941
  • Historic World War II Narration
  • Pearl Harbor Visitor Center
  • USS Arizona Memorial
  • World War II Exhibits and Museums
  • Pay your respects at the USS Arizona Memorial where 1,177 seamen made the ultimate sacrifice.
  • Celebrate the colorful, unique, and diverse music, dance, and traditions of Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand at Polynesian Cultural Center.
  • Watch interactive live music and dance performances, visit authentically recreated villages, enjoy a festive barbecue, and much more.

Join us on a full day adventure that combines WWII history at Pearl Harbor and the unique music, dance, and people of Pacific island nations celebrated at Polynesian Cultural Center.

The tour starts with a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial, which honors the 1,177 seamen who perished when their ship was bombed and sank during the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. First, you’ll watch a 23-minute documentary with archival footage from the attack and then board a Navy vessel for a short ride out to the USS Arizona Memorial, the renowned white structure suspended over the remains of the sunken ship. Step into the Shrine Room where the names of those lost heroes are etched in marble. Look down in the water where oil droplets—“Black Tears”—from the sunken hull still rise to the harbor surface after almost 80 years. Visit the museum at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, where The Road to War and Attack galleries bring the attack to life through dramatic photography, memorabilia, and artifacts.

Next, we head to the beautiful North Shore, home to the spectacular Polynesian Cultural Center, where you’ll experience the magic, music, dance, and way of life on six Pacific Island nations including Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand. Discover a diverse and fascinating world of Polynesian traditions as you visit authentically recreated villages, meet people from across the Pacific, and listen to their stories and songs. Hop into a canoe and let the guide paddle you through the lagoon pass different villages. Learn Samoan cooking or Tahitian spear throwing. Enjoy the Polynesian Canoe Pageant, an energetic showcase of music and dance performed atop double-hulled canoes. You’ll even relax with a delicious barbecue lunch.

This remarkable tour will be the highlight of your trip to Oahu, so sign up today.

Tour Tips & Info

Pickup Location

  • Waikiki Hotels


 Departure: 6:25 am  Return: 5:30 pm | *All times are approximate

Price Includes

  • Round trip Waikiki hotel transportation
  • Admission and tickets
  • Licensed, expert tour guides
  • Comprehensive tour of USS Arizona Memorial
  • Tour of Polynesian Cultural Center including a delicious barbecue lunch


  • Government-issued identification
  • Shirt and footwear required. No swim wear.

What to Bring

  • Sunscreen
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera

Historical Sites Visited

  • WWII Valor in the Pacific Monument
  • Pearl Harbor
  • Arizona Memorial
  • Polynesian Cultural Center


  • The 23-documentary film contains content that may be emotional
  • The Arizona Memorial features a 10-15 Navy vessel ride to the Memorial.
  • Ladders are steep and handholds can be difficult.
  • Visitors should be able to walk four city blocks.
  • Sites are subject to close due to stormy weather.
  • Difficulty Level: Easy

Time Spent at Memorial

  • Arizona Memorial: 2 hours

Not Permitted

  • Purses and bags are not allowed inside National Parks
  • All bags may be stored for a nominal fee at the entrance to the Park.
Experience Details
Discover the USS Arizona Memorial

What You’ll Do At The Arizona Memorial
Upon arrival at the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument you’ll have a chance to explore the museum filled with historical artifacts and documents that further set the stage of the attack on Pearl Harbor.


The 23 min. documentary of the attack might be emotional to some visitors.There is a 10-15 minute Navy boat ride over to the Memorial. Subject to close for stormy weather. Should be able to walk 4 city blocks

  • Ride aboard a Naval vessel to the Arizona Memorial on Battleship Row!
  • See the “black tears of the Arizona” (Iridescent oil, still trickling to the top of the harbor surface from the U.S.S. Arizona after 70 years!)
  • See actual artifacts from the attack–from both the Japanese and United States!
  • Visit the gift shop for books, souvenirs and WWII memorabilia.
  • Walk the grounds of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument with informative displays
  • View battleship row, the U.S.S. Bowfin Submarine
  • See the Headquarters of the U.S.S. Pacific Fleet
  • Discover many Navy vessels that might include destroyers and carriers

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Solo Traveller

Excellent tour! thanks for this great day

July 13, 2017