The museum used to be an old bunker, which was transformed from a fort. There are many old objects on display in the museum. You don’t need to buy tickets. You can see some military information during World War II, many models, photos, and videos, and see a lot of military Equipment, aircraft, tanks, artillery, etc., there are free volunteer explanations, and the people are very nice. There is also a shop selling souvenirs. You can check it out. It is very educational.
This is one of the best military museums I have visited in the world. The exhibition is evenly distributed, and visitors will not see many collections at the same time. The staff are friendly and there is a nice gift shop in the museum. For all World War II enthusiasts, Japanese tanks must be visited.
This is a great museum to visit. It’s on the beach, very interesting and worth seeing. There is a lot of information about the Old Hawaiian King and World War II. It was once a concealed building resembling a big gun, with American and Japanese tanks, guns, military uniforms and movies. You can walk through this building and read all the articles at your own pace.
Very cost-effective, because it is free to visit, voluntary donations are available! It introduces the history of the military development of the Hawaiian Islands and the important status of the island in World War II and Vietnam. There are many exhibits of real objects, and military enthusiasts are the best choice in Tandao. It is located in the green area between Waikiki and Ala Moana, close to the beach and the hotel "Trump", with pleasant scenery and convenient transportation.
Some guns are at the door, just by the beach.