Pearl Harbor Website wants nothing more than for you to have the best time in Hawaii. Which is why our Pearl Harbor Tours are tailored to provide you with quality services without any worries. For us to achieve that, we make sure to provide useful information for Pearl Harbor visitors.
Listed below are Pearl Harbor policies worth noting when you visit Hawaii’s world-renowned historic site.
No Bags Policy – Bags (handbags, camera bags, diaper bags, luggage, purses, backpacks, or any other type that offer concealment) are not allowed inside Pearl Harbor. There’s a storage facility at the National Park entrance where you can leave your bag for only $3.
Parking – Parking spaces are available in Pearl Harbor. On the left side of the parking lot is the commercial space for transportation companies and tour company vehicles while the right side is allotted for private vehicles.
Dress attire – Visitors are reminded that they are in the premises of an important historical site where thousands of people died.Therefore, tourists are encouraged to wear decent attire. While wearing sandals are acceptable, bathing suits and derisive shirts are discouraged.
Strollers – Strollers are only allowed inside the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Since access to the USS Arizona Memorial and other neighboring memorials require visitors to ride a shuttle boat, strollers can be parked outside the theaters and should be picked up when they return.
Pets – Pets are not allowed in the WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument. Service animals, however, are granted access inside.
Ford Island Security – Access to Ford Island is controlled at the entry control point on the Ford Island Bridge. Visitors should get individual passes for each vehicle that will be used. You can obtain these passes at the Pass and ID Office located inside Building 3455, South Drive, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
If you will be travelling in a car with less than 5 people, you will have to provide your full names, driver’s information, car information, and other required foreign visitor information including your passport numbers and date of birth. If you’re in a group of more than 5 people in more than one vehicle, you will be required to provide your full names, driver information (of every vehicle), car information, and foreign visitor information.