It all began here, on December 7, 1941.
Visit historic Ford Island, the epicenter of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
The journey back in history begins at Pearl Harbor Naval Air Station on historic Ford Island in the hangars that survived the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941. Our military veteran docents take you on a visual, verbal and often moving tour of vintage aircraft and displays as they share intriguing stories of WWII battles and aviation history. Educational videos and our stirring film featuring actual footage of the attack are narrated by Pearl Harbor survivors.
Defend the skies above Guadalcanal in our combat flight simulators.
The best place to eat at Pearl Harbor. Gourmet burgers and sandwiches, fresh island salads, ono (yummy) fries, daily special entrees like stir fry and BBQ ribs. Beer and wine.
Find collectible WWII model airplanes, books, nose art reproductions and prints, aviation-theme Hawaiian shirts, games and toys.
A fully guided experience of the whole museum, including The Restoration Hangar. See aircraft as they are prepared for exhibit in a working battlefield hangar that still bears the scars of the December 7, 1941 attack.