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Daily 8:00am - 4:00pm; *Last admission: 3:00pm

The Memorial is closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.

General Admission

A free guided tour included


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Captain’s Tour

45 Minutes Upgraded Tour
*Tour price in addition to General Admission
(Limited to ages 10 and above)

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Chief Engineer’s Tour

45 Minutes Upgraded Tour
*Tour price in addition to General Admission
(Limited to ages 10 and above)

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Passport to Pearl Harbor

Experience all of Pearl Harbor

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Proceeds from ticket sales support the preservation and restoration of the Battleship Missouri Memorial

General Admission

Includes your choice of Mighty Mo Tour or self-guided routes. 

MIGHTY MO GUIDED TOUR (35 minutes)
Take a guided tour with one of our knowledgeable Battleship Tour Guides. As you are escorted throughout the ship, you will walk the footsteps of General Douglas MacArthur and see where World War II ended. Guided tours are available in English, Japanese and Chinese.

WALKING TOUR (varies)
Enjoy the ship at your pace following one or all three separate tour routes:

* The Main Deck tour highlights the most famous historical aspects of the ship.
* Below Decks tour highlights "Life at Sea" and will show you where the crew ate, slept and spent most of their free time.
* The Above Decks tour highlights the command and control of the ship and included the bridge, flying bridge and the Captain's at-sea cabin.

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Captain’s Tour

Captain’s Tour (45 Minutes) $30*
*Tour price in addition to General Admission: $34.99 Adult, $17.99 Child (ages 10-12)
(Limited to ages 10 and above

The Captain’s Tour showcases authority and command operations as the captain would have
experienced on board. Guests will walk in the footsteps of 20 great commanding officers who
served on one of our nation’s most historic battleships. The first stop on this tour will take you
to the Wardroom where the ship’s officers dined. Then step off the tour route and into the
most luxurious space onboard, the captain’s in-port cabin, where only the most distinguished
visitors were invited. Immerse yourself in the space that was once occupied by historic icons
including, President Harry Truman, Bob Hope, and Marilyn Monroe. From there take a ladder
up to the Combat Engagement Center where the ship’s modern weapons were operated from
and Tomahawk missiles were launched during the Persian Gulf War. Guests will then make their
way up to the Navigation bridge where the captain commanded the ship while underway. Take
in the unobstructed views of Pearl Harbor from this unique vantage point. As a bonus, guests
will round out their tour with a special stop inside of Gun Turret #1 where they will see the
inner workings behind the Mighty Mo’s famous big guns.
For your safety, please note that this is a physically strenuous tour and is not recommended for
those with mobility constraints. You must be able to climb several sets of “ladders,” (Navy-talk
for steep, narrow stairs) and navigate through tight doorways and low overheads. Closed toe
shoes are mandatory and this tour is limited to guests ages 10 and above. This intimate tour
has a capacity of ten visitors at a time and runs approximately 45 minutes.

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Chief Engineer’s Tour

Chief Engineer’s Tour (45 Minutes) $30*
*Tour price in addition to General Admission: $34.99 Adult, $17.99 Child (10-12)
(Limited to ages 10 and above)

The Chief Engineer’s Tour showcases the power and mechanics behind the Mighty Mo that
made her one of the biggest and fastest battleships in history. Venture down Broadway, the
longest and widest passage on the ship, and learn about the role of the Chief Engineer, or
CHENG, and the more than 500 Sailors under his command. Make a stop in Fire Room #4 where
you’ll get an intimate look at one of the eight three-story Babcock & Wilcox boilers. After
feeling the heat, head aft into Engine Room #4 and see the machinery responsible for
propelling the 887-foot battlewagon at top speeds of more than 30 knots. As a bonus, guests
will make a final stop in the aft plotting room to see the analog fire control computers for the
5” and 16” guns, plus, pull the trigger that fires the big guns! All will leave with an appreciation
and understanding of the ship’s snipes, the men who worked below the water line in the heart
of the Missouri.
For your safety, please note that this is a physically strenuous tour and is not recommended for
those with mobility constraints. You must be able to climb several sets of “ladders,” (Navy-talk
for steep, narrow stairs), step over many two-foot-high obstacles and navigate through tight
doorways and low overheads. Closed toe shoes are mandatory and this tour is limited to guests
ages 10 and above. This intimate tour has a capacity of ten visitors at a time and runs
approximately 45 minutes.

Captain & Chief Engineer Tours - FAQs

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Passport to Pearl Harbor

Experience all of Historic Pearl Harbor for one low price. The Passport to Pearl Harbor includes the following:

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