Hawaii Pacific Aviation Museum

An aviatiaon aficionado or history buff's dream

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Located on Pearl Harbor’s Ford Island is the Hawaii Pacific Aviation Museum. This spacious 120,000+ square-foot museum is home to two hangars, numerous fighter jets and dive bombers from World War II, a movie theater, gift shop, and a café. The museum is special as these hangars survived the Japanese attack in 1941, and its glass windows still don bullet holes.

Upon arriving, visitors are introduced to the museum with a 12-minute film about the attack on Pearl Harbor, before checking out the aircraft. Also available are combat flight simulators. And if you’re aviation aficionado, be sure to buy a pass to visit the Restoration Shop.

Pick from three different passes: Self-guided tour of Hangar 37; Self-guided tour of Hangar 37 & 79; or The Aviator’s Tour, which is docent-guided and includes both Hangar 37 & 79 and a visit to the Restoration Shop.

At A Glance

319 Lexington Blvd
Honolulu 96818
Adults $15-30; Children $8-20 (Discounts for military and residents)
Daily 9-5

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