The ticket window bought tickets to the Missouri. Tickets for the Missouri Battleship Memorial are $25 per person. Tickets for the Missouri Battleship Memorial include shuttle bus fares to and from the Ford Island and Arizona Memorial Hall. First, go to the Missouri, take a free bus. Around ten minutes, arrive at the Missouri and board the main deck of the Missouri. Foreigners know that we are from China and then assign us a small group of Chinese speakers. It's free. The Missouri's situation and war history are explained in detail along the way. Instead of walking with them full, we shuttle like a child in a big toy, climb up and down the bridge, and experience the combat positions and living quarters of ordinary crew members. As I passed the kitchen and the berth, I was thinking that many young people came here with different dreams and goals, and that their days on the ship were memorable all their lives. The crew will take pictures of you when you get on board, but it will cost 35 dollars to get the pictures when you get off the ship.
To Pearl Harbor, it's worth visiting the Missouri! The place where Japan signed the letter of surrender. The ship is well maintained. It participated in World War II, Korean War and Middle East War. The most amazing thing is that there are no soldiers killed in the battle. Lucky ship!
We also visited the USS Missouri battleship, participated in four wars, and maintained the record of no soldier casualties in the war. On September 2, 1945, the signing ceremony of Japan's unconditional surrender, which marked the end of World War II, was held on the main deck of the USS Missouri moored in Tokyo Bay, and the USS Missouri became famous all over the world. In 1999, as a museum ship, the USS Missouri was moored near Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, for tourists from all over the world.
The Missouri Warship Memorial is located in Honolulu, Hawaii. The USS Missouri played an important role in the Second World War. It's a memorial worth visiting. It can be boarded by warships for close observation. It is also a good opportunity to further the history of the U.S. Navy.
A place worth visiting! There are too many historical materials in it. There are many volunteer commentators on the scene. See the visitors, take the initiative to communicate, confirm the type of language, and then focus on the beginning of the explanation. Mr. Cheng gave us an in-depth explanation. Although I am familiar with the history of World War II, the details of his warship experience are shocking, such as zero casualties on board. In the course of the explanation from the bow to the stern, we saw the marks left by the impact of the Shenfeng Assault Team. The sense of the scene was too strong. On the same day, I also saw a ceremony held by the U.S. Army. It's a worthwhile trip!
A place worth visiting. This is the ship of fortune. This ship represents good luck. It was hit by the wind turbines. It was the place where the Axis countries signed surrender letters. The key point was that after World War II, the Korean War, the Gulf War, no soldiers were killed or injured on the ship. Now it is safe to retire as a scenic spot. Boarding this big ship is very proud, but at the same time, we feel the helplessness brought by war to mankind.
On September 2, 1945, the Japanese signed the surrender letter on the USS Missouri berthed in the Gulf of Tokyo, marking the end of the Second World War. The Missouri battleship, which witnessed that important historical moment 70 years ago, is now stationed quietly on Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Oahu Island, Hawaii, for people to visit and remember. This year coincides with the 70th anniversary of the Second World War, so it is strongly recommended that you visit Hawaii for a holiday: the Battleship Missouri Memorial. Hawaii is a nest for Japanese immigrants and tourists, but you rarely find Japanese here. Hey, Missouri Battleship Memorial Hall, Oahu Island, Hawaii. The place where World War II ended (pictured) The Battleship Missouri was named after Missouri, the birthplace of then President Truman. It was officially launched into service in 1944. It participated in the Battle of Iwo Jima, the Battle of Okinawa and the Korean War, and retired after the Korean War. In the 1980s, in order to contain the Soviet Union, the Missouri battleship was modernized and rejoined the U.S. Navy, and then participated in the Gulf War. Retired after the war, he arrived at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii in 1998 and anchored in his present position. In 1999, the Battleship Missouri Memorial was officially opened to the public. The life of the Missouri battleship is full of legend. It is a lucky ship. It has participated in many battles, including many attacks by the Japanese kamikaze attack team, but none of its crew has been injured or sacrificed (including peacetime training). The Missouri Battleship Memorial is now docked close to the Arizona Memorial, so you can see where the war started and ended at the same time. Standing on the side of the Missouri battleship, you can also see the tears of the Arizona, the oil seeping from its underwater debris, which has flowed for more than 70 years. If you're lucky, you can also see the active U.S. naval vessels in Pearl Harbor. Visits to the Memorial of the Battleship Missouri are not allowed to carry bags (including other public areas in Pearl Harbor, where items can be deposited outside the Pearl Harbor gate). There are free parking lots, but there may be tight parking spaces. You can buy tickets in advance on the Chinese official website of the Battleship Memorial of Missouri, or at the Pearl Harbor site. The tickets will include free Chinese shuttle trucks and Chinese explanations, so you can't be afraid of not knowing history and English. I believe you will be deeply attracted by the historical story of the Missouri Battleship Memorial, whether you have ever been interested in history or not. If time is enough, the best choice is to go deep into the Battleship Missouri Memorial Hall and get a full understanding of its past and present life as well as the life of the sailors.
The Missouri Warship Memorial is a museum featuring the US retired warship Missouri. The steel beast was built during World War II and took only three years to complete. As the main battleship of the U.S. Army, it participated in several famous battles in the Pacific War and witnessed the signing ceremony of Japan's unconditional surrender. The 16-inch main gun can fire a 1.2-ton projectile 37 kilometers away. Even today, when the missile packages hit the world, their power can not be underestimated. You can follow the white arrows and green boxes inside the warship. The warship is like a mini-city. Postal offices, factories, classrooms, bakeries and other functions are all available. The dining room of senior officers is on the upper deck, which is different from the seafarers'dining room under the deck. Narrow beds and dark space, mixed with the roar of machines, realize that life in the army is not easy.
Yes, the beginning and end of World War II, the Lucky Ship.
The tour guide is very professional and has a very good attitude. He learns a lot of knowledge and is very satisfied with it.