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Virtual Reality Experience at the USS Arizona Memorial

by Pacific Historic Parks
per traveller Price was CA $14 Discount price is CA $7
Duration: 2h 30m Free cancellation available No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

  • Superb educational virtual reality tour of Pearl Harbor

  • Multi-phase tour to transport you back in time to WWII

  • Meticulously curated experiences at the USS Arizona

  • Virtually visit the USS Arizona Memorial at your own pace

  • Moments for solemn reflection & immersion into history

Highlights

  • Superb educational virtual reality tour of Pearl Harbor

  • Multi-phase tour to transport you back in time to WWII

  • Meticulously curated experiences at the USS Arizona

  • Virtually visit the USS Arizona Memorial at your own pace

  • Moments for solemn reflection & immersion into history

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Admission in English

Duration 2h 30m

Live Commentary in English.

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Total price is CA $6.56, taxes included

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Virtual Reality Experience at the USS Arizona Memorial

Activity Location

USS Arizona Memorial

Pearl Harbor

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Pearl Harbor Visitor Center

    1 Arizona Memorial Place

    Honolulu


Description

Relive the devastating events of December 7, 1941 during a virtual reality experience at Pearl Harbor. Don a VR headset and pay homage to the service members who fought to defend their homeland against a surprise World War II airstrike on board the USS Arizona in Honolulu.

Your tour begins at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, where you immerse yourself in the official virtual reality journey. The experience begins with a look at the USS Arizona prior to the siege. Walk the main deck of the USS Arizona and meet a few of the sailors on board the battleship, which was stationed in Pearl Harbor since 1940 to act as a deterrent to Imperial Japan.

After touring the deck of the ship, witness the attack on Battleship Row from where the visitor centre stands today. See where the 8 battleships were housed and discover how the onslaught managed to catch the entire Pacific Fleet by surprise.

In the final phase of your tour, venture on board the USS Arizona Memorial itself and access rooms that are typically closed to the public for an intimate look at the site and an opportunity to pay your respects to those who lost their lives defending the United States.


Inclusions

  • Virtual reality experience at the USS Arizona Memorial

  • Admission to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Centre


Exclusions

  • Boat ticket to the USS Arizona Memorial

  • USS Arizona Memorial film


Know Before You Book

  • You must make your own arrangements for boat tickets to visit the USS Arizona Memorial. 1,300 free tickets are made available on a first-come, first-served basis at the Visitor Center, beginning at 7 AM daily.

  • You must present a government-issued photo ID or passport on the day of the activity.

  • USS Arizona Memorial opening hours are 7 AM–3:30 PM.

  • Pearl Harbor Visitor Center opening hours are 7 AM–5 PM.


Virtual Reality Experience at the USS Arizona Memorial ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

1.5 out of 5

2/5 Oct. 10, 2018

This takes around 10 mins. You sit on a swivel chair with goggle. S. Personally I get a bit motion sick with this sort of thing, but my kids are fine. Has a bit of info about the types of planes but it is a very basic static style presentation,

3/5 Jun. 16, 2018

The Arizona memorial was closed, so the virtual reality served as an option to experience the memorial. I think the overall experience could have been more fun and memorable if it had been an augmented reality experience. You are not really missing n much if you can’t do this.

2/5 May 21, 2018

We were so looking forward to this virtual reality experience however I would not waste my time or the minimal money it cost again. We presented our Expedia vouchers at the check in desk and she had no idea how to process us so she sent us to another desk with a very long line. Once we finally made it to the front of the line they too had problems checking us in. The VR headsets had poor quality images on there and the only thing of real importance was 4 still pictures of Pearl Harbour at different time on the day of the attack. It actually made 2 or out the 4 people in our group feel quite ill.