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U S S Arizona Memorial



Created: 2017/09/10 11:42 PM         Last Updated: 2017/12/10 11:42 PM


Attraction Details Attraction Name:U S S Arizona Memorial

Attraction Type: Historical Site

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All items that offer concealment, such as purses, suitcases and camera bags are prohibited.

Spanning nearly all of the Pacific Ocean, World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument preserves and interprets the stories and key events in the Pacific Theater leading up to the U.S. entering World War II, its impacts on the mainland, through to the Peace Treaty in Tokyo Bay, Japan ending the war.




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Phone Number:(808) 422 0561

E-Mail:USAR_Administration@nps.gov

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Superintendent 1 Arizona Memorial Place Honolulu HI USA

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Latitude:21.3664790

Longitude:-157.9377900

Directions to Activity:

Honolulu is a large metropolitan area. Please plan for traffic. The USS Arizona Memorial is approximately a 45-minute drive from Waikiki. Take Ala Moana Blvd. / Nimitz Highway or (H-1) West to begin. While on H-1; look for the USS Arizona/Stadium exit, #15A. Do not take the Pearl Harbor exit. This will take you to Naval Station Pearl Harbor not the USS Arizona Memorial. Continue on HI-99 (Kamehameha Highway) and turn left at the 4th traffic light onto Arizona Memorial Place. At the base of the hill turn right and the parking lot is on the left. An overflow parking lot is on the right for use later in the day. Please park before unloading.

Travel from Points West


(Kapolei & Waianae)

Take Interstate Highway 1 East (H-1) to begin. Take Exit #13A toward Aiea onto Moanalua Road; stay in the far right lane and take the Stadium/Aiea Exit. Continue on Moanalua Road and turn left at first stoplight onto HI-99 East (Kamehameha Highway). Continue on HI-99 (Kamehameha Highway) and turn right onto Arizona Memorial Place. At the base of the hill turn right and the parking lot is on the left. An overflow parking lot is on the right for use later in the day. Please park before unloading.

Travel from Points Windward


(Kaneohe & Kailua)


Take Interstate Highway 3 West (H-3); take Exit 1C towards Halawa/Camp Smith/Aiea/Stadium; turn left on Kahuapaani Street. Follow signs for Stadium/Honolulu. Turn right on Salt Lake Blvd. Continue following signs for Stadium. Turn left on HI-99 East, also called Kamehameha Highway. Continue on HI-99 (Kamehameha Highway) and turn right onto Arizona Memorial Place. At the base of the hill turn right and the parking lot is on the left. An overflow parking lot is on the right for use later in the day. Please park before unloading.Travel from Points North


(North Shore & Haleiwa)

Start on HI-99 and continue on HI-80. Continue on HI-99 South. Take I-H2 South toward Honolulu. Head toward Honolulu and take Exit #1A onto Interstate 1 East. Take Exit #13A toward Aiea onto Moanalua Road; stay in the far right lane and take the Stadium/Aiea Exit. Continue on Moanalua Road and turn left at first stoplight onto HI-99 East (Kamehameha Highway). Continue on HI-99 (Kamehameha Highway) and turn right onto Arizona Memorial Place. At the base of the hill turn right and the parking lot is on the left. An overflow parking lot is on the right for use later in the day. Please park before unloading.

Public Transportation

For those without cars, several alternatives by bus are available: Honolulu public transit buses stop regularly at the Visitor Center and can be boarded in Waikiki. The

#20

and

#42

bus will take you to the USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center. For more information regarding the Oahu transit system visit:

www.thebus.org

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