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Book your client’s entire Pearl Harbor experience Online

Planning a trip to the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites is now easier than ever thanks to the National Park Service and Recreation.gov. Visitors for the first time can now make reservations for the USS Arizona Memorial tour for a $1.50 non-refundable, convenience fee per ticket. Recreation.gov, in conjunction with the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites and the National Park Service, now offers three Pearl Harbor ticket options – the USS Arizona Memorial Tour, the USS Arizona Memorial Audio Tour and the new Passport to Pearl Harbor. “For almost 32 years, tours to the USS Arizona Memorial have been offered on a first come, first served basis. This new service will enhance the visitor experience by giving individuals and groups the option to make advance reservations for their visit to Pearl Harbor Historic Sites, saving them time and hassle,”says Paul DePrey, superintendent, for WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument. “For anyone without access to online booking, visitors can call Recreation.gov toll free at 1-877-444-6777 and a limited number of walk-in tickets will still be available daily.”The Passport to Pearl Harbor is perfect for those looking to get the entire Pearl Harbor experience for one low price. The Passport provides access to all primary Pearl Harbor historic sites for US$55 per adult and US$30 per child. For US$10 more, the Passport holders can upgrade to a Two Day Pass that allows them to return to Pearl Harbor within a seven-day period. The Passport to Pearl Harbor includes: The USS Arizona Memorial Audio Tour; USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park museum admission and audio tour; Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor admission; and Battleship Missouri Memorial admission and the choice between four tours. Upgraded tour options at the Battleship Missouri Memorial and Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor are available for an additional fee.

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