At Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, we often discuss the idea of a “unity of purpose.” This common goal in service to a greater good marked the spirit of the Greatest Generation – the families and veterans of the 1940s who sacrificed greatly in an effort to achieve victory against a shared enemy.
While our battle today looks quite different, the spirit is still the same.
In compliance with Mayor Caldwell’s Emergency Order No. 2020-24, Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is temporarily closed in an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19.
Nothing is more important to us than the health and safety of our community. We take seriously our responsibility as a civic institution that preserves, protects, remembers and honors such an important chapter of American history.
Importantly, there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 among our visitors, volunteers or staff. Our hope is that our closure will maintain a high level of safety across our facilities, giving us the ability to reopen as soon as it is safe.
In the meantime, we are excited to continue to share the stories of Pearl Harbor virtually with our weekly Pearl Harbor At Home and our regularly scheduled webinars with guest speakers from across the world. Additionally, our Education team is poised to offer remote tours and field trips for students who are engaged in distance learning or classrooms who want to soak up the history digitally. Please scroll down to sign up to receive emails from us, and prepare to enjoy historical fun facts, educational supplements, online games and simulations, and much more.
Mahalo for your understanding and thank you for being a part of our family.