Due to the spread of COVID 19 and our implementation of local health guidelines, field trips at Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum are limited to reduced group sizes. Educators and parents can learn more about our remote educational offerings by visiting our Virtual Classroom Visits page, or continue below for our on-site Field Trip options.
Flexible Virtual Classroom Visits led by Museum Educators for grades K-12. Lessons are designed to meet state and national standards while engaging students in WWII history, STEM, leadership, and more!
Explore all the Museum has to offer with this Museum Discovery program. Short, guided tours of our Museum are enhanced by identifying individual parts of an airplane, manipulating the controls of a seaplane, and demonstrating how biomimicry contributes to aircraft design.
Guided tours of our Museum are enhanced by our Flight Lab and an inter-disciplinary program including history, social studies and STEM.
Scout Field Trips include age-appropriate tours of Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. Explore the past with tours of Hangar 37 and 79, and discover your future with our hands on Flight Lab experience.
Preparing For Your Visit
- Please break your group into small groups of 10 or fewer students.
- Provide nametags (first name only) for each individual. This makes interaction much easier and more meaningful. If possible, color code the nametag by group (colored dots work well).
- Assign one adult teacher or chaperone to each group. They will be responsible to move the group from one activity to another between the two hangars. These adults should be prepared to assist with activities and help to monitor students as they are participating.
- A schedule will be provided a week before your visit. You may want to provide your chaperones with a copy.
- Restrooms are available in both hangars, in the museum lobby and in the hallway next to the Flight Lab in Hangar 37.
The health and safety of our students, guests and staff are prioritized with respect to COVID-19. PHAM follows current federal and state guidelines and best practices during all educational activities:
- Face masks
- Social distancing
- All staff and volunteers are temperature checked daily before work
- Sinks and hand sanitizer are readily available for use
- All shared equipment is disinfected after every use
- Keep your child at home if they are experiencing cold or flu like symptoms