Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor will remain open from 8 am to 5 pm on December 27, and has made alternate shuttle arrangements to Pacific Aviation Museum and Battleship Missouri Memorial on Ford Island. USS Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and its accompanying parking lot and Ford Island attractions shuttle bus depot will be closed to the public on this day for the expected visit by Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and United States President Barack Obama.
Guests planning to visit Pacific Aviation Museum or the Battleship Missouri Memorial on December 27 can park at Aloha Stadium and catch a free shuttle to both attractions on Ford Island. Aloha Stadium is close to Pearl Harbor Visitor Center at 99-500 Salt Lake Boulevard.
Ample parking will be available at a flat fee of $7 per passenger vehicle. There will be no charge for tour buses that provide transportation to Pacific Aviation Museum or Battleship Missouri Memorial on a regular basis – required screening will take place at Aloha Stadium.
Aloha Stadium parking lot will remain open from 7:15 am to 6 pm, with the first shuttle leaving for Ford Island at 8 am, and the last departing Pacific Aviation Museum at 5 pm. Shuttles will depart Aloha Stadium parking lot every 15 minutes.
Vehicles should enter the Aloha Stadium’s Main Salt Lake Gate off of Salt Lake Boulevard. Visitor parking and the shuttle bus pick up/drop off will be in this area. Directional signs will be posted.
Visitors are encouraged not to bring any bags with them. For security reasons, no bags are allowed on the shuttle bus to Ford Island. Storage lockers will be available for a nominal fee.
Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization. Its mission is to develop and maintain an internationally recognized aviation museum on Historic Ford Island that educates young and old alike, honors aviators and their support personnel who defended freedom in The Pacific Region, and to preserve Pacific aviation history. Contact: 808-441-1000; Marketing@PacificAviationMuseum.org
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