Arizona Memorial tours basically break down into 3 main options or categories. It's basically the Arizona Memorial or the Arizona Memorial "and"... The "and" refers to other attractions at Pearl Harbor.
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*Note: Option A with the Battleship Missouri added on is the most popular because it allows you to see where the attack happened and where the peace treaty was signed ending World War II.
Option A-Pick up is between 6 and 7am and you return between 2:30-3:00pm. You see the Arizona Memorial first and then the Battleship Missouri. This way you can see where the attack happened and where the Peace Treaty was signed ending WWII.
Afterwards on the way back to the hotel they drive you through Punchbowl National Cemetery and through historic Honoulu past the King Kamehameha statue/Iolani Palace. It's a drive through city tour on the way back. This is the most popular seller. There is a restaurant at the Battleship for lunch if interested and a concession stand/snack shop at the visitors center at Pearl Harbor.
Option B-Same as option A but also includes the Pacific Aviation Museum, USS Bowfin Submarine, USS Oklahoma as well as the Arizona, Battleship Missouri and drive thru Punchbowl National Cemetery and through historic Honolulu. You see all the attractions at Pearl Harbor. Pick ups are generally about 7:00am with a 5:00pm return.
Option C-Same as option A but it leaves off the Battleship. You still drive through Punchbowl National Cemetery and through historic Honolulu on the way back. This is generally considered to be the half day option.
Arizona Memorial & Circle Island Tour-you go to Pearl Harbor first and then do a circle island tour. The plus is you do 2 major things in one day. The minus is that it's a longggg day and you don't see as much on the circle island tour because you spend the first part of the day seeing Pearl Harbor.
Pearl Harbor Tours -there's more combo ideas galore here
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