On the Battleship
Battleship Missouri Memorial ticketing is located inside the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center at Pearl Harbor. The Battleship Missouri is located on historic Ford Island, within Naval Station Pearl Harbor. Due to Navy security restrictions, private vehicles without an appropriate Navy base pass are not allowed on Ford Island. Shuttle transportation is visitors' only means of reaching the Battleship Missouri, other sites inside of Pearl Harbor, and to return to personal transportation. There is plenty of parking at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center.
Daily 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (September through May)
Daily 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (June through August)
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day
Adult admission with choice of optional tour: $25
Child admission with choice of optional tour (ages 4-12): $13
Inquire at the ticket office about military and kama'aina (local resident) rates. You will need to show an ID to secure these rates. Special school group or non-profit group rates are available with advance reservation.
For groups exceeding 20, please contact the reservations office at 1-877-MIGHTYMO (1-877-644-4896) AT LEAST 24 hours in advance for confirmation.
Click here to purchase tickets.
Optional Tours included with Mighty Mo Pass:
Mighty Mo Tour
Guide2Go iPod Tour
Experience Pearl Harbor
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.
Follow Historian Daniel Martinez as he takes you to the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites and beyond. Watch the video: "Pearl Harbor and Beyond".
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