USS UTAH  BB-31 / AG-16

The Forgotten Ship of Pearl Harbor

Ford Island Bus Tour (New in 2022!)

If you want to see the USS Oklahoma and USS Utah Memorials on Ford Island and do not have an Active-Duty Military ID, you must reserve seat/s for the Ford Island Bus Tour, as these sites are located on Ford Island, an active duty military base. This program is fully guided and escorted by National Park Service Rangers in careful coordination with the US Navy.

Click this link to reserve your seat for the Ford Island Bus Tour.

This tour offers a special trip to visit these less-visited sites up-close with a park ranger. Visitors will board a motor coach from the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center to travel to Ford Island for a 90-minute round-trip guided tour to some of the most fascinating “hidden gems” of Pearl Harbor National Memorial.

Beyond the striking white walls of the USS Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor National Memorial Park Rangers work to preserve and interpret the quiet USS Oklahoma and USS Utah Memorials, which share the story those battleships suffered, and six historic officer bungalows which remind visitors of neighborhood life before, during, and the day of infamy.

Visiting the USS Utah Memorial