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Aviator's Tour or General Admission, FREE at Pearl Harbor!

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Free Flight Simulator

The journey back in history begins at Pearl Harbor Naval Air Station...

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The Decision Center

Our newest field trip program for students in grades 8-12 at Pearl Harbor.

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Your Donation is Important at Pearl Harbor

Swamp Ghost Lives! Please donate or become a member at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor. Read Here

Open Cockpit Day

Kids of all ages can climb into the cockpit of one of several of our historic aircraft and talk story with pilots at Pearl Harbor.

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Biggest Little Airshow in Hawaii

Inviting sponsors and vendors for the Museum’s 11th Remote Control Airshow!

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For a limited time, buy an Aviator's Tour or General Admission ticket and get the second one FREE!

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Museum Events

FEB.16

1:00 PM

Chinese New Year 2018 at Pearl Harbor

Join us in celebrating Chinese New Year 2018 with a traditional Lion Dance at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor.

MAR.03

10:00 AM

Open Cockpit Day

Kids of all ages can climb into the cockpit of one of several of our historic aircraft and talk story with pilots at Pearl Harbor.

JUN.02

10:00 AM

Biggest Little Airshow in Hawaii

The Museum’s incredible two-day airshow returns for its 11th year. Become a sponsor now!

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Pearl Harbor Blog

Dec.26

PEARL HARBOR

The Mystery of the Middle Seat

In traditional torpedo/bombers, a pilot, an observer, and a gunner/radio operator sat behind each other. At first glance, the Grumman TBF/TBM Avenger torpedo/bomber looks...

Nov.29

PEARL HARBOR

The Problem with Self-Sealing Fuel Tanks: Capacity, not Weight

“The problem with self-sealing fuel tanks was that these rubber layers were an inch or thicker. This may not sound like much, but given...

Sep.29

PEARL HARBOR

Aerial Cameras in World War II

“Figure 1 doesn’t really show how aerial pictures were taken in World War II. However, the people in the picture were real photographers from...

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