Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor will make its debut on the
65th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. Located
on Ford Island in the middle of Pearl Harbor, the museum will be
housed in a World War II-era hangar that still bears the scars of
the Dec. 7, 1941 attack.
The new museum
includes an array of restored vintage WWII aircraft such as
Japanese Zeros and U.S. Wildcats. Also featured will be interactive
displays and a theater. Also onsite is an aviator-style restaurant
and a gift store.
includes Hanger 79, focusing on the Pacific battles in WWII, and
Hangar 54, with a focus on the Korean, Vietnam, and so-called Cold
Tickets, priced at
$14 for adults and $7 for children, are available at the onsite
ticket offices at the Pacific Aviation Museum or the USS Bowfin
Submarine Museum, also in Pearl Harbor.
information, call (808) 690-0169 or visit www.pacificaviationmuseum.org.
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