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Witness History

On December 6, 1941, the world was at war on a scale never before seen. Unknown to the Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Soldiers garrisoned throughout the territory of Hawaii, Japan had already declared war on the United States and was headed toward Pearl Harbor—the beginning of an event that would change the world forever.

In our Pearl Harbor tours, you’ll relive the happenings of that fateful “date, which will live in infamy.” Put yourself on the ground that morning as you pass the battle-damaged control tower on Ford Island. Step back in time at the memorial over the wreckage of the USS Arizona. Walk in General MacArthur’s steps aboard the USS Missouri, the site where he accepted the Japanese Instrument of Surrender at the end of World War II. Our tours let you experience these key moments in world history like you never have before, through the voices of survivors, key sites, and meaningful memorabilia. You’ll see a side of Hawaii like no other—and the bravery and sacrifice that so many gave that day. Here’s what you need to know for the tour ahead.