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COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidelines

We’re excited to announce Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum will open its doors on June 24, 2020.

This reopening is the first phase of several, which will be marked by fluctuating restrictions and healthcare guidelines that we implement and relax as we continue to be responsive to the best practices issued by global, federal and state organizations.

What To Expect

All of the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites have implemented the following rules to ensure a seamless and enjoyable experience for all of our guests:

  • If you are experiencing any cold or flu-like symptoms, please visit us when you are well.
  • Practice social distancing. Maintain at least 6 feet of distance between you and others.
  • Face coverings must be worn in order to enter each of the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

What’s Closed

  • Laniakea Café is temporarily closed.
  • The Fighter Ace 360 Flight Simulators are temporarily closed.
  • Above & Beyond, housed in our Raytheon Pavilion, is temporarily closed.
  • Water fountains at the Museum are temporarily closed.

What’s Different

  • Guests are encouraged to buy their tickets online before arriving at the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites. If you don’t have a ticket upon arrival, signs with QR Codes will be posted in the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center parking lot to allow you to buy online from your vehicle upon site.
  • We’ve increased our hand sanitizer stations throughout the Museum.
  • Social distancing markers will clearly identify 6 feet of space in front of some of our most popular exhibits, so you can soak up the history at a safe distance.
  • Wayfinding and hygiene reminder signs have been posted throughout the Museum to counter contraflow and encourage cleanliness.
  • There will be limited capacity in bathrooms and on the tour buses out to Ford Island to maintain hygienic standards.
  • All staff and volunteers at Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum are required to wear face coverings throughout the day and undergo a temperature check upon their arrival to the Museum each day.
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