Experience a riveting historical Pearl Harbor tour that brings you face to face with the beginning and end of WWII with visits to two famous battleships: the USS Arizona Memorial and Battleship Missouri Memorial.
Pearl Harbor + Dole Plantation + Polynesian Cultural Center Tour
- Pricing depends on Hotel location
Historic Attractions in One Day
Experience Oahu’s most popular and historic attractions in one amazing day: Pearl Harbor, Dole Plantation, and Polynesian Cultural Center.
- Pearl Harbor Historic Sites
- USS Arizona Memorial
- “Black Tears of the Arizona”
- WWII Museums: Road to War and Attack Galleries
- Oahu’s famous Dole Plantation
- Oahu’s legendary North Shore surfing beaches
- Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach
- Polynesian Cultural Center
- Canoe ride between authentic Polynesian Villages
- Polynesian Canoe Pageant
- Tropical Farms Coffee Plantation
- Nuuanu Pali Lookout
This tour is also available Departing from:
Pearl Harbor + Dole Plantation + Polynesian Cultural Center Tour Departing Waikiki, Oahu Hotels
About Your Tour
Join us on an unforgettable day at three of Oahu’s most popular attractions: Pearl Harbor, Dole Plantation, and Polynesian Cultural Center. We begin at historic Pearl Harbor where you will experience firsthand the earth-shattering events that catapulted the U.S. into World War II. Join us at the USS Arizona Memorial, a deeply moving and emotional experience where you will learn about the 1,177 seamen who perished when their battleship was sunk during the December 7, 1941 Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. You’ll witness the attack in a 23-minute documentary and then cross the harbor to the Memorial in a Navy vessel. At the Memorial, pay your respects to the heroes whose names are etched in marble in the Shrine Room. Look into the water and note the oil droplets – “The Black Tears of the Arizona” – that continue to escape the sunken battleship and rise to the harbor surface. Back at Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, there will be time to visit the WWII museum exhibits and the bookshop.
Next, we stop at Dole Plantation dedicated to Hawaii’s pineapple growing history. Shop for souvenirs at the Plantation Store and even taste a delicious frozen Dole Whip treat. As we head to Polynesian Cultural Center on the North Shore, we’ll pass by famous surfing beaches like Waimea Bay and Sunset Beach, where the world’s best surfers test their skills at championship tournaments in November and December.
Arriving at Polynesian Cultural Center, you’ll enter a world that celebrates the music, dance, and way of life on six Pacific Island nations: Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand. Explore a diverse spectrum of Polynesian traditions as you visit authentic villages for each nation. Meet Pacific islanders from across globe, listen to their stories and songs, and watch their joyful dances. Take a canoe ride from village to village and learn Tahitian spear throwing and Samoan cooking. Sit back and enjoy the colorful Polynesian Canoe Pageant and relax over a delicious barbecue lunch.
Pearl Harbor, Dole Plantation, and Polynesian Cultural Center are three of Oahu’s top sites and this tour makes it easy and enjoyable to visit all in one day. Join our friendly expert guide on our comfortable, luxury van for the experience of a lifetime. Book today!
DEPARTURE & RETURN TIMES
Depart 6:25 am* | Return: 6:30 pm*
*All times are approximate
- Round trip Waikiki hotel transportation
- Admission and tickets
- Shirt and footwear required. No swim wear.
WHAT TO BRING
- Sunscreen, hat, sunglasses
- Purses and bags are not allowed inside Pearl Harbor Historic Parks due to security precautions.
- All bags may be stored for a nominal fee at the entrance to the Park.
- The 23-documentary film contains content that may be emotional for some visitors.
- The USS Arizona Memorial experience features a 10-15 Navy vessel ride to the Memorial.
- Visitors should be able to walk four city blocks.
- Sites are subject to close due to stormy weather.
- Locations visited: WWII Valor in the Pacific Monument, Pearl Harbor, Ford Island, Arizona Memorial
- Difficulty Level: Easy
NOTE: The Memorials are places of honor, inspiration, reflection, and quiet contemplation commemorating those who died during the attack of December 7, 1941. Visitors are asked to assist in maintaining an atmosphere of decorum and respect.
Changes and cancellations are allowed up to 48 hours prior to tour commencement without penalty. No-shows and changes or cancellations within 48 hours are subject to a full charge. No refunds are available once a tour has commenced.
We cannot be held responsible for and cannot extend financial reimbursement for delays caused by factors such as traffic, weather, mechanical issues, or problems concerning Navy-operated shuttle boats. Ticketed access to the Arizona Memorial is first-come first-served, we cannot guarantee admission and cannot issue refunds if access to any tour stop is denied for any reason.