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The Battleship Missouri Memorial ticket booth is located across from the entry into the "Valor in the Pacific."  The shuttle bus station is located behind the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum.  Head for the Navy rockets and the bus stop is to the right.

By car:

Click here for detailed directions. When prompted, type in the address of your current location and select Get Directions.

General directions from Waikiki:

Take the H1 freeway and follow the "Pearl Harbor" overhead highway signs to the airport. DO NOT TAKE THE "NAVAL BASE" EXIT. Take the exit labeled "Arizona Memorial/Stadium" (Exit #15A). Follow the brown "Pearl Harbor Historic Sites" roadside signs. The brown signs will lead you directly to the Pearl Harbor Visitor center and the adjacent USS Bowfin Submarine Museum.

General directions from West Oahu:

Take the H1 freeway headed East. Take exit labeled, "Aiea/Honolulu", exit #13A, to merge onto H1 78/I-H201 toward Aiea. Take the Stadium/Aiea exit. Keep right, merging onto Moanalua Road. At first traffic light, turn left to merge onto H1 -99 E/Kamehameha Hwy toward Pearl Harbor. Turn right at Arizona Memorial Place to the Pearl Harbor Visitor center and adjacent USS Bowfin Submarine Museum.

By shuttle:

Hotel pickup is provided at major Waikiki hotels for nominal fees. Ask your hotel’s activities desk for Pearl Harbor Historic Sites shuttle details.

By city bus:

Click here for detailed directions. When prompted, type in the address of your current location, verify the bus icon is selected in the upper left side of the web page, and indicate departure from your location or arrival time at the USS Missouri in the following fields.

From Waikiki:

Catch the city bus, Route 42 to Ewa Beach from Kuhio Avenue. Get off at the USS Arizona Memorial bus stop. Call TheBus at (808) 848-4500 or check their website to confirm bus routes, rates and schedules.

By cab:

From Waikiki:

The average one-way fare is approximately $50 to the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center.

Preserving our History-Superstructure Preservation Project

Currently, work is being done to our superstructure and is expected to be completed by the end of January 2018. For safety reasons, our flying and navigation bridges will be closed during restoration. We appreciate your patience and understanding and your part in helping to preserve America’s last Battleship

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