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- 98%History Buffs
- 69%Local Culture
- 69%Family Travelers
- 54%Adventure Travelers
- 51%Business Travelers
- 51%Art & Design Lovers
Member Reviews (60)
- Arizona MemorialFeb 08, 2014
This was on our tourist list. Best visit. The tour is amazing. Only thing is that you are not allow to bring your purse, water and etc. I took a picture of their list of things you cannot bring. They provide you a locker if you have nowhere to put your belongings. You can bring your camera, camcord (not the bag for your camcord) and phone with you.
I think this place is very interesting and detailed about the USS Arizona of how it started, and how it sank. I think kids will love riding a boat and be above the sank ship. :)
- Arizona MemorialMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Feb 02, 2014
This is not a "loved it" place. its a place for respect and reflection upon those who perished below the water when the Arizona was sunk on 7, Dec, 1941.
- Arizona MemorialCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesBackpackers+ 4Dec 13, 2013
For locals, the USS Arizona Memorial is a bit underappreciated much like Alcatraz for San Franciscans. Often viewed as a tourist attraction, it's really a profound place of history. Anyone who has been out over the sunken ship knows how powerful it is to look down at its ruins.
Arizona Memorial may not charge an admission fee but it will cost you time. Not only do you have to wait to get into the theater, but you'll also have to wait to get onto a boat to be taken out to the memorial itself. It's definitely not something that you can go in and out of in an hour.
- Arizona MemorialMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFamily Travelers+ 4Nov 07, 2013
Profoundly moving experience, that shouldn't be missed. You can actually see some ghostly high sections of the ship Just under the surface of the water. Flowers dropped in respect float by, mixing with the oil that is still slowly leaking from the ship, "like the ship's tears."
- Arizona MemorialOct 20, 2013
There's a good reason this WWII historic site is the #1 most visited tourist attraction in Hawaii. Examining the events of December 7, 1941, when the Japanese military attacked Pearl Harbor, this National Park Service (NPS) site is an emotionally moving place to visit, no matter what your political persuasion. A brand-new visitor center and museum just opened in December 2010, so even if you've visited before, consider coming back just to tour the new multimedia exhibits. Next door at Bowfin Park, you can step inside a restored WWII submarine, or hop on a shuttle bus over to Ford Island to walk the decks of the Battleship Missouri.
- Arizona MemorialMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 5Oct 18, 2013
Most impressive part of our day in Pearl Harbor National Historic Park. My advice is to buy tickets (online) in advance, so you are shure of getting tickets and you can pick a time in the timetable for the Memorial.
- Arizona MemorialFeb 08, 2013
The USS Arizona memorial is a visit I won't soon forget. It's a beautiful memorial but what really makes it important is the impact it has. It straddles the sunken hulk of the Arizona and it really drives home what happened at Pearl Harbor. I remember leaning over the railing, looking down at the ship and being surprised that oil was still seeping up from the wreck. Even after so many years. If you're in Hawaii it's something everyone should visit at least once.
- Arizona MemorialMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 1Nov 04, 2012
Very surreal place. Looking at the whole of Pearl Harbor you try and reflect upon Dec 7th, 1941. The Arizona Memorial is very reflective too. From the memorial wall to the seeping oil you really understand America's sacrifice to World War 2.
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