Tours to Visit the Pacific Aviation Museum
One of the most iconic sights at the Pacific Aviation Museum is the control tower. It was built in 1941 and not quite complete when the December 7th Pearl Harbour attack occurred. The control part of the tower had yet to be built. You can see the tower in movies like Tora! Tora! Tora! and Pearl Harbour.
Hangar 37 is the main building of the Pacific Aviation Museum. This is where your guide will start the tour. There is a theater where you will see a great aviation movie. There are nine exhibits related to WWII and all have stories worth hearing. The story of a Zero, crash-landing on the island of Ni’ihau, is worth the visit on its own.
There is a café in Hangar 37 where many of the tours break for lunch. This cafe is air-conditioned—unlike the cafe at the USS Missouri. Visitors with extra time can enjoy Hangar 37’s flight simulators or shopping in the gift shop.
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Our selection of Oahu Private Tours also has an option to visit the Pacific Aviation Museum.