If you’ve ever visited Pearl Harbor, you might be missing out on the best part of all: sharing your experience with others.
Share Pearl Harbor with a Young One
As Pearl Harbor survivors age gracefully past their 90s (many survivors will be turning 93 this year), the youth of today have little to zero knowledge of the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941.
On your Pearl Harbor tour, will you share your experience with a young person?
Share your Experience on Facebook
Thousands of people want to share their stories of Pearl Harbor, and there’s no easier way than to share your story on Facebook.
We asked our Facebook fans about their visit to Pearl Harbor, here are some of their responses:
“Went there last year with the kids and it was absolutely amazing! To remember what those people did for us will forever be etched in our minds. My 9 yr old has been reading and learning about it ever since! Thx and RIP!” —Tracey B.
“Yes I have taken several youngsters there for the experience and learning what it was all about. Wonderful reaction by the children.” —Terri S.
Sharing your Pearl Harbor experience with friends on Facebook is a great way to show others how moving a place like Pearl Harbor really is.
Returning to Pearl Harbor
Visiting Pearl Harbor once is almost never enough.
Our Complete Pearl Harbor Experience tour shows you the best of Pearl Harbor, including the USS Arizona Memorial, USS Missouri, USS Bowfin, and the Pacific Aviation Museum.
An urge to return to Pearl Harbor again and again always remains in one’s heart.
On your next trip to Hawaii, visit Pearl Harbor once again.
Visit Pearl Harbor today
Stepping aboard the USS Arizona Memorial; explore the interior of the USS Bowfin Submarine; walk the deck of the USS Missouri Battleship; marvel at vintage aircraft at the Pacific Aviation Museum. Join us for a Pearl Harbor tour today!