The renowned USS Missouri (BB-63) is a powerful piece of US military history. Not only was it the last battleship built by the US, but it was also where the Japanese signed surrender documents ending WWII. The “Mighty Mo,” as the battleship is proudly dubbed, was commissioned in June 1944. After fighting strongly in WWII, the Korean War, and even the Gulf War, it was finally decommissioned in March 1992.
The USS Missouri (BB-63) is currently anchored at Ford Island
off Oahu, Hawaii and is now a battleship museum, which visitors
can tour daily. If you are interested in seeing this fabulous piece
of history, come along with Discover Hawaii Tours to Pearl Harbor.
WWII From Beginning to End
Experience the Mighty Mo and the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor. Let your professional guide teach you about the historical events of WWII while you explore the two museums. Visit the WWII gift shop and see actual artifacts discovered in the aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attacks. On your tour, you will also get the chance to see downtown historic Honolulu and spot some of Barack Obama's childhood schools and residences. Read More >
A Day At Pearl Harbor Tour
InstanceBeginEditable name="Title2Copy" -->Spend day of discovery at Oahu's Pearl Harbor. Visit the USS Arizona Visitor's Center and Memorial, the USS Missouri Battleship, and the Pacific Aviation Museum. Learn about WWII in addition to Hawaiian history and culture. And ride throughout downtown Honolulu exploring destinations such as Iolani Palace and the King Kamehameha Statue. Read More >
When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt was serving his third presidential term in office. Roosevelt had pledged the US to the "good neighbor" policy, entering into agreements for joint action with allied nations against aggressors.
Experience Discover Hawaii Tours Road to Hana tour. No one else in Hawaii can show you 617 enchanting curves, 56 one-lane bridges, and simply stunning landscapes, quite like we can.
Big Island Volcano Tours
Come join Big Island Volcano Tours and witness one of the most spectacular natural phenomenons of your life—an active volcano! Journey to The Big Island and enter the magical world of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where mount Kilauea sends lava flowing into the ocean.