Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, formerly known as Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor.

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Join our Volunteer Ohana and be a part of aviation history.

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For Love of Country

The Museum will celebrate its 12th anniversary with the annual fundraiser on December 8, 2018.

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Your membership provides this WWII American Battlefield the critical support needed to protect and steward this National Historic Landmark site. Learn More


Presented by Raytheon coming November 15.

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12th Annual Dinner Gala

Mark your calendars, December 8, 2018, the Museum will commemorate the anniversary of Pearl Harbor with its annual dinner gala.

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Field Trips

Make Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum your classroom! Free bus transportation will be provided.

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Museum Events


6:30 AM

Blackened Canteen Ceremony

The annual commemoration of peace and reconciliation ceremony to honor the spirits of the fallen.


10:00 AM

Blackened Canteen Youth Symposium

Following the ceremony, to commemorate this story of forgiveness, reconciliation, and friendship borne out of the horror of WWII.


1:00 PM

“Air Raid Pearl Harbor – This is No Drill!” Presentation by J. Michael Wenger

J. Michael (Mike) Wenger, noted military historian and author, will give a presentation titled, “Air Raid Pearl Harbor — This is No Drill!”


6:00 PM

Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade

Our gaily lit and decorated Cobra helicopter joins the other floats and bands, to parade down Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki


5:30 PM

For Love of Country Dinner Gala

The Museum will celebrate its 12th anniversary with the annual fundraiser which helps support the Museum’s Restoration and Education programs.

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De Havilland D-82a Tiger Moth

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X Marks the Spot

X Marks the Spot Posted on March 26, 2018 By Burl Burlingame | | Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum My father flew P-51 Mustangs...

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