Pacific Aviation Museum in Hawaii

Address: 319 Lexington Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96818 - MAP
Phone: (808) 441-1000

Pacific Aviation MuseumThe Pacific Aviation Museum stands on hallowed ground, in the area that signifies the thousands of lives lost at Pearl Harbor and the resulting demonstration of American strength and might that finally ended World War II.

In fact, the museum on historic Ford Island occupies hangars from Wold War II and is ranked as the No. 8 aviation attraction in the nation.

The island that houses the Pacific Aviation Museum is a 441-acre island located in the middle of Pearl Harbor.

Visitors begin their tour in Hangar 37, which survived the attack on Pearl Harbor. A 200-seat theater presents a 12-minute movie recounting the surprise attack.

After the viewing, guests can view dioramas of life on the Islands before 1941, along with displays of planes and fighter jets that took part in the attack and defense of Pearl Harbor.