One of the best ways to pay tribute to Pearl Harbor and the many lives that were lost during that fateful day is to visit the Pacific Aviation Museum. It is located in Ford Island of Hawaii, which is a National Historic Landmark and an island that?s survived by the bloody attack launched by the Japanese in the Second World War.
A tour of the museum starts with an exploration of the historic 42,000 sq. ft. Hangar 37, yet another site that?s survived the attack on Pearl Harbor so many decades ago. From there, guests are directed to the museum?s impressive 200-seat auditorium, where they?re given the chance to watch a 12-minute presentation that commemorates the tragic December 7, 1941 bombing. Although the museum is most famous for its collection of aircrafts and other types of artifacts related to Pearl Harbor and WWII, the museum has other attractions to offer. One of this would be its flight simulators, which visitors can use to learn how to ?defend? the skies. Meals may also be enjoyed at the museum?s in-site Laniakea Caf