The Battleship Missouri Memorial Honolulu
Where is it at?
The Battleship Missouri Memorial
Historic Ford Island, Pearl Harbor
63 Cowpens St
Tel: (808) 455-1600
Where are we going today?
General Quarters, General Quarters, All Hands Man Your Battle Station”! When this alarm was sounded on board the Mighty Mo, all hands stopped what they were doing and rushed to their battle stations while hatches were secured and the ship was prepared for action. This exciting new premium-level tour is the most comprehensive of the tour options, focusing on this most important aspect of life at sea for every officer and battleship sailor. Your experienced tour guide will share fascinating stories of the people and places of the Missouri’s many battles.
What people are saying?
by Lauren Chan
My mother and I visited Mighty Mo last Thursday on our trip to Oahu. A tour bus will pick you up at Pearl Harbor and you take a 10-15 minute ride to Ford Island. The first thing that hit me was how colossal the ship is. The second thing is how knowledgeable and open the guides are about the ship. Our tour guide was a fellow named John. They're very open about taking photos and touring the ship almost inside out. If you're hungry, there is a food truck by the dock.
by Cameron Hayworth
What an absolutely amazing experience. There's so much to see and discover on this beautiful ship, with history lying around every corner. Every staff member on the ship was so friendly and helpful, you can tell they're incredibly passionate about what they do. If you're in the area or making a stop at the Arizona Memorial, you just have to make the trip here as well!
by Patrick Q
It's the Mighty Moe...what's not to like. I live here in Hawaii and have visited the Moe a few times. Great view of history and a must see if you are coming to Hawaii to see the sights.
by Raul Avila
Wow! If you like History, you will love this! I love the self tour audio devices. Brilliant idea. Totally worth it. You won't regret it.
by Donal Armstrong
Our guide today (black lady from the south) brought us on an incredible vivid history lesson of the USS Missouri and on the day of the Japanese surrender onboard it's decks. We felt very lucky and fortunate to have been on her tour as she was so passionate about the history she was keeping alive and her role in doing so.