Part of the Pearl Harbor experience. For an extra fee you can go inside it and get a glimpse of what life would be like inside a submarine.
Pearl Harbor is easily the most historically significant location in the Hawaiian island chain. Some of the best known vessels to partake in the action during World War II can be found here. The USS Arizona, the USS Oklahoma, and the USS Missouri may get all the attention, but it's the USS Bowfin that seems to have had the biggest direct effect on the outcome of this conflict. The Bowfin was one of the deadliest subs in the pacific fleet, racking up enough kills to plaster a portion of the hull with kill markers almost to the point of running out of room. For a small fee guests are invited to tour the hull and interior of this complex piece of machinery. Additionally, there are a number of torpedoes and informational displays along the waterfront near the Bowfin which help illustrate the significant contributions that not only the Bowfin, but all the US submarines (including the more than 50 subs lost) made toward ensuring freedom survived this dark chapter of humanity.
[Scenery] Beautiful scenery and charming sea view [Fun] Enjoy the elegance and common sense, travel and learn [Price/Price] If this is a rare experience, it is worth a visit. The Bomin Submarine Battleship Museum and Park, also translated as the U.S. Navy Bowen Submarine Museum and Park, covers an area of about 10,000 square feet. It is located next to the visitor center of the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, and the USS Arizona Memorial and USS Missouri The battleship memorial is also the three highlights of the place with memorial and sightseeing significance. The USS Bowfin Submarine, also known as the "Pearl Harbor Avenger", is a Barlow class submarine named after the bowfin fish. Located in Pearl Harbor, the US Navy Bowen Submarine Museum and Park. The Bowen submarine was launched on December 7, 1942, the first anniversary of the Pearl Harbor incident. During World War II (1943-45), it carried out nine war patrols in the Pacific Ocean , Sinking a total of 44 enemy ships; in 1981, it was opened to the public in Pearl Harbor. In the park, there is also a real Japanese Kaiten manned torpedo (Japanese Kaiten) on display. "Huitian", also known as "human torpedo", is a suicide torpedo that is directly steered by human hands. It was used in special offensive operations at the end of World War II. Its name comes from the Japanese authorities' hope to reverse the war and turn defeat into victory. Of course, the trend of history is irreversible. The outcome of arrogant hegemony, unrighteousness, and barbaric aggression will eventually be overwhelmed by justice and cast aside. Peace will prevail, and peace-loving people will prevail.