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The Battleship Missouri Memorial offers guided tours, daily, with much more to explore on your own. The main tour is included in your General Admission ticket and takes you to the exact spot where WWII ended and is fully ADA accessible. 

For all our guests we recommend that you purchase bottled beverages to keep you hydrated during your visit. In addition we suggest wearing closed toed shoes and take care when moving through doorways and passageways with low ceilings. Safety briefings will be part of every visitors experience, thank you for your participation.

General Admission ($34.99 adults, $17.49 children ages 4-12)

With your General Admission you are welcome to choose from two choices to explore the Battleship Missouri. Choose which one suits your interests, or you can do them all if you have the time.

  • 35-minute Guided Tour: Take a tour of the ship with one of our knowledgeable tour guides. On the tour you will see and hear about the main historical points of the ship, including the Surrender Deck. Afterwards you are welcome to explore the ship on your own at your leisure.
  • Explore On Your Own: If you like to adventure on your own, you're welcome to scan a digital tour map once you come aboard and take advantage of informational signs around the ship at your own pace. Tour guides and staff will be around the ship and available to answer questions or point you in the right direction.

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or call: (808) 455-1600

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. Guests will then be guided to Radio Central, a pivotal hub of ensuring the vessel’s safe operations. Here, the commanding officer’s vital communication with force commanders for navigation directives, rendezvous arrangements, and enemy engagement strategies will be highlighted. The array of equipment showcased spans from WWII era through Operation Desert Storm, offering a journey through historical advancements in maritime communication technology. 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. 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 recommended 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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or call: (808) 455-1600

Captain & Chief Engineer Tours - FAQs

Chief Engineer’s Tour (60 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 recommended 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 60 minutes.

Click Here to Purchase Tickets

or call: (808) 455-1600

Captain & Chief Engineer Tours - FAQs

Passport to Pearl Harbor ($89.99 adults, $44.99 children ages 4-12)

Experience all of Historic Pearl Harbor for one low price.  
Passport to Pearl Harbor Tours includes:
Visitor Center Audio Tour (1 hour)
Pearl Harbor Virtual Reality Center (15-20 minutes)
Battleship Missouri Memorial Admission with a 35 minutes guided-tour (1.5-2 hours)
Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum Admission & Self-guided Narrated Tour (1.5-2 hours) Last entries to museum building is 4:30pm.
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum & Self-guided Narrated Tour (1-1.5 hours)

It is recommended that you start using the passport by 10:00am to be able to visit all sites included in your ticket.

PASSPORTS DO NOT INCLUDE RESERVATIONS FOR THE USS ARIZONA MEMORIAL. Please visit the National Park Service at: recreation.gov to reserve your tickets.

The Battleship Missouri Memorial & Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum are located on Ford Island, which is a secured military base. If you do not have base access, you will need to take a FREE shuttle to get there. Shuttles depart from the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center every 15-20 minutes from 8:00am daily. Shuttles run on a loop with the first stop at the Battleship Missouri Memorial, second stop at the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum and then back to the Visitor Center. The last shuttle departs from the Battleship Missouri Memorial at 4:05pm. The last shuttle departs from the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum at 5:00pm. Include an additional hour for transportation to your passport experience.


Bags are prohibited at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Clear, see-through stadium bags and bags containing medical devices or medication may be allowed into the site at the discretion of the National Park Service. Cameras, cell phones and wallets are allowed. Bags may be secured in the storage facility near the visitor center entrance for a fee ($7 for standard, $10.00 for oversize luggage). Parking lots are monitored and patrolled, but please do not leave items of value in your car. More details can be found at https://www.nps.gov/perl/planyourvisit/safety.htm

    Pearl Harbor was recently recognized by Budget Travel as one of the "10 Places Every American Should See". You may wish to consider combining Mighty Mo Pass with the USS Arizona Memorial, USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and the Pacific Aviation Museum. The USS Arizona Memorial is free (tax supported), but a charge exists for the private, non-profit USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Pacific Aviation Museum. Please visit the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites website.

    If you plan to visit all three of our facilities, please allow at least 5 hours for the complete Pearl Harbor experience. You may wish to allot additional time to rest between tours, enjoy a bite to eat, and visit the gift shop. Save with the NEW Passport to Pearl Harbor.

    Click Here To Learn What This Tour Includes.

    Click Here To Purchase Tickets 

    or call: (808) 455-1600