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Directions to Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is located on historic Ford Island, an active military base that is accessed by shuttle bus from the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Shuttles depart every 15 minutes from the Pearl Harbor Visitors Center from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm daily. For security reasons, no bags are allowed on the shuttle bus to Ford Island. A bag storage facility, located at the Bowfin Submarine Park shuttle bus stop, can store your belongings for a fee of $3 per bag.

Museum tickets can be purchased online here, at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, or at the Museum Admissions Desk upon arrival.

By car:

From Waikiki and downtown Honolulu, take the H1 freeway headed west and follow the "Pearl Harbor" overhead highway signs to the airport. DO NOT TAKE THE "NAVAL BASE" EXIT. Take the exit labeled "Arizona Memorial/Stadium," exit #15A. Continue on HI-99/Kamehameha Hwy and turn left at the 4th traffic light onto Arizona Memorial Place to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and the adjacent USS Bowfin Submarine Museum. Purchase your Museum tickets and follow the signs to board the shuttle to Ford Island.

From West Oahu, take the H1 freeway headed east. Take exit labeled "Aiea/Honolulu," exit #13A, to merge onto HI 78/I-H201 toward Aiea. Take the Stadium/Aiea exit. Keep right, merging onto Moanalua Road. Turn left at the first traffic light to merge onto HI-99 E/Kamehameha Hwy toward Pearl Harbor. Turn right at Arizona Memorial Place to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and adjacent USS Bowfin Submarine Museum. Purchase your Museum tickets and follow the signs to board the shuttle to Ford Island.

From East Oahu, take Interstate I-H3 headed west. 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/Kamehameha Hwy. Continue on HI-99/Kamehameha Hwy and turn right onto Arizona Memorial Place to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and the adjacent USS Bowfin Submarine Museum. Purchase your Museum tickets and follow the signs to board the shuttle to Ford Island.

From North Oahu, start on HI-99 headed south and continue on HI-80. Continue on HI-99 south. Take I-H2 south toward Honolulu. Head toward Honolulu and take exit #1A onto I-H1 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 Hwy. Continue on HI-99/Kamehameha Hwy and turn right onto Arizona Memorial Place to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and the adjacent USS Bowfin Submarine Museum. Purchase your Museum tickets and follow the signs to board the shuttle to Ford Island.

With military or DOD ID card, on Ford Island Blvd., drive over ADM Clarey Bridge and Causeway. Enter the roundabout, turning 270 degrees to the left and take the 3rd exit onto O'Kane Parkway. Drive south paralleling Luke Field Runway. Turn left onto Enterprise St. at the Red and White Control Tower. Turn right into Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor.

By hotel shuttle:

Hotel pickup is provided at major Waikiki hotels for nominal fees. Ask your hotel activities desk for Pearl Harbor Historic Sites shuttle details. Once at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, purchase your Museum tickets and follow the signs to board the shuttle to Ford Island.

By city bus:

There is no direct bus service from Waikiki to the Museum, but it does take riders to the USS Arizona/USS Bowfin Submarine Museum that houses the Museum's ticket office. TheBus fares are: ages 18 and up, $2.50 one-way; ages 6 to 17, $1.25 one-way; ages 5 and under, free with fare-paying passenger and not occupying seat.

From Waikiki, catch the #20 Westbound (destination sign "Airport Arizona Memorial Stadium Pearlridge") or #42 Westbound (destination sign "Ewa Beach") at any bus stop on Kuhio Avenue in Waikiki and get off at the USS Arizona Memorial. Purchase your Museum tickets and follow the signs to board the shuttle to Ford Island.

To return, catch the #20 Eastbound (destination sign "Waikiki Beach & Hotels") or the #42 Eastbound (destination sign "Waikiki Beach & Hotels") at the bus stop on Kamehameha Hwy right next to Arizona Memorial Place (on the same side of the street as the USS Arizona Memorial) and get off at any stop on Kuhio Avenue in Waikiki.

From Aloha Tower Marketplace, catch the #20 Westbound (destination sign "Airport Arizona Memorial Stadium Pearlridge") at the Alakea Street and Ala Moana Blvd/Nimitz Hwy bus stop. (To get to the stop from Aloha Tower Marketplace, head southeast on Ala Moana Blvd/Nimitz Hwy then turn left onto Alakea Street.) Get off at the USS Arizona Memorial. Purchase your Museum tickets and follow the signs to board the shuttle to Ford Island.

To return, catch the #20 Eastbound (destination sign "Waikiki Beach & Hotels") or the #42 Eastbound (destination sign "Waikiki Beach & Hotels") at the bus stop on Kamehameha Hwy right next to Arizona Memorial Place (on the same side of the street as the USS Arizona Memorial) and get off at the King Street and Bethel Street stop. Walk down Bethel Street going west and take a left onto Nimitz Hwy. Up on the right you will see the Aloha Tower on Aloha Tower Drive.

Call TheBus at 808-848-4500 or check their website, www.thebus.org, to confirm routes, rates, and schedules.

By cab:

This is a good alternative if you are coming from the vicinity of the airport. A one-way fare is approximately $40 from Waikiki. Take the cab to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and purchase your Museum tickets and follow the signs to board the shuttle to Ford Island.

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