The large Pacific Aviation Museum has indoor and outdoor exhibition areas where you can see all kinds of aircraft from ancient times to the present. There are many small airplane models and pilots'stories in the museum. At the same time, you can experience the formal airplane and visit it in the cabin.
The Pacific Aviation Memorial is composed of hangar 37 and hangar 79. The ticket office of the memorial is at the front of hangar 37. The staff will bring visitors a tour bracelet. The hangar No. 37 is mainly composed of B-25 bombers and zero fighters. Apart from displaying static aircraft, hangar 79 can also visit the repair of aircraft, so it is also a workshop.
If you're interested in military history and airplanes, it's worth it! Adult tickets for 13-year-olds are $35 per person and children aged 4 to 12 are $22 per person. Pearl Harbor Package is extra. Pearl Harbor Tourist Center provides free parking, but on holidays parking space is tight! It is forbidden to bring bags into Pearl Harbor, so please hide them in the car in advance, or go to the depository on the right side of the gate to deposit them! Cameras can be brought into Pearl Harbor. It's no problem to take pictures where you can go. Before entering the gate, the staff will check whether they have bags or not. There are three service desks in front of the gate. The one in the middle is the one who receives the ticket of the Arizona Warship Memorial free of charge. (Watch the 23-minute documentary on the ticket time, then take the shuttle to the Arizona Warship Memorial.) The right one is to buy the Missouri Warship Memorial and the Pacific Ocean. Tickets for the Aviation Museum and the Boffin Submarine Museum can be purchased as a package ticket or separately as appropriate. The left counter rents voice guides and provides Chinese at a cost of $7.5 per person. Visiting the Visitor Center and the Arizona Warship Memorial is strongly recommended to rent one! Because the Missouri Battleship Memorial and Pacific Aviation Museum are located on Ford Island, which is a military area, people's vehicles are not allowed to enter, so after purchasing tickets, they need to go to the right terminal station to take a bus to the Pacific Aviation Museum. The staff of the station will check whether to buy tickets or not. Remember that the first stop for the shuttle bus is the Missouri Warship Memorial, the second stop is the Pacific Aviation Museum, and the second stop is the Pacific Aviation Museum. When you get back, you wait for the shuttle bus. The journey back to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center is over. There are catering areas in the museum, so don't worry about hunger. By Youli Zhao
Pacific Aerospace Museum is a military museum in Hawaii. It is popular with military fans. You can see it.