The Pacific Aviation Museum also has a lot of military aircrafts. I really like the aircrafts of World War II. The varieties and specifications are very rich. The Aerospace Museum also has a space for eating and drinking. The outdoor area is also very wide, and there are many things to appreciate.
The Pacific Aviation Memorial Hall is composed of Hangar No. 37 and Hangar No. 79. The ticket office of the memorial hall is at the front desk of Hangar No. 37. The staff will bring visitors a visiting bracelet. Hangar No. 37 mainly consists of World War II models such as B-25 bombers and Zero fighters. In addition to displaying static airplanes, Hangar 79 can also visit the restoration of airplanes, so it is also a workshop.
Important historical location, and great educational experience. Learn about WWII and the USS Arizona.
Amazing experience with great historical significance
This is very humbling to see the ship still under water and the names of people who died there and those who have gone since.
This memorial was very moving and I learned so much!
very interesting! you'll learn a lot of what happend then even if you didn't knew before.