Pearl Harbor is on the west side of Honolulu Airport. There are buses at the airport. The traffic is very convenient. The Arizona Memorial is free to visit, but the number of visitors per day is limited. You can make an online booking, but a $1.5 handling fee will be charged for each ticket. The free tickets will be collected from 7:00 a.m. in the queue. Since Pearl Harbor is still a military base, bags are not allowed to be taken when visiting. They should be deposited in a depository for $5 each. Cameras, mobile phones and wallets can be brought in. If there are many odds and ends, transparent plastic bags can be requested to be packed and brought into the garden with you. First, I saw a documentary about Pearl Harbor in the theatre. Then I took a boat to surround the Arizona Memorial Hall. Because there was a crack in the berth, I can't boarding the memorial hall now. I can only look out on the boat. It's a pity. Looking at the harbor area, you can also see other ships and submarines moored here, and enjoy your eyes.