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The Walt Disney Studios and World War II exhibition

June 1 & 2

$5 admission for everyone 4 and up.

Admission includes access to the event, movie and museum exhibits.

Calling all Skyline riders! Present you HOLO card to receive free admission to the event.

Pre-registration
not required for
Skyline riders.

Free parking available at Skyline.

Grand Opening Event

June 1 & 2: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

Help us celebrate the
Grand Opening of our newest exhibit, The Walt Disney Studios and World War II. Be among the first to visit our Disney exhibit and enjoy a day fullof family friendly activities.

  • Open Cockpits
  • RC Aircraft Flying
  • B25 Simulator
  • Coloring Station
  • Sketch Station
  • Craft and Food Vendors
  • Costume Contest
  • Parade for Costumed Attendees

continue the celebration

Join us June 1 at 4:00 pm for more Disney fun and a special screening of Lilo & Stitch.

Enjoy a great lineup of entertainment.

Halau Lilia Makanoe

Mana‘o Company

Screening of Lilo & Stitch will start at 7:00 pm.

Advanced Registration Required

Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is located on Ford Island, a secured military base. Don’t have a military ID for base access? No problem!

Getting to the Museum for the celebration is easy as 1-2-3!  

1

Skip the traffic and ride Skyline rail and exit at the Halawa – Aloha Stadium station. BONUS – Pre-registration not required for Skyline riders. Show your HOLO card at the ticket desk for FREE admission to the event. Skyline will run till 10 pm on Saturday and 7 pm on Sunday.

2

OR drive to the Halawa-Aloha Stadium Skyline station and park for free in the lot, courtesy of the Department of Transportation Services (DTS).

3

From the Halawa-Aloha Stadium station, take the free Royal Star shuttle to the Museum, departing every 15 minutes.

Per Navy regulation, and for safety and security, bags larger than 1.25”x2.25”x5.5” are not allowed on the shuttle, with the exception of clear stadium bags. You may bring blankets and mats for the movie. No coolers, chairs, food or drink, or weapons of any kind are allowed on the shuttle or at the event. 

Now Open

june 1 – december 31, 2024

The day after Pearl Harbor was attacked on December 7, 1941, Walt Disney opened almost his entire studio to support the war effort. Disney’s war production included more than 1,200 insignia for the Armed Forces and related auxiliary groups, animated short films with favorite Disney characters, as well as instructional media and government educational films, posters, and publications. Disney’s war production was deemed so important to America that it was guarded around the clock by our troops. View this collection and learn just how Disney illustrators helped win the war!

Exhibit is included in general admission ticket

Mahalo to our Sponsors

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Walt Disney Studios and World War II
Exhibition

Open Daily
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
June 1 - december 31, 2024

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