Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, where, how & how much.


Zo873. Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, the area between Hangars 37 and 79, which is called Raytheon Pavilion and Outdoor Exhibits. An overflow of air crafts is parked here.
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The Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is located on Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. It is a grant place to visit and study American Aviation. This first album deals with where it is, how it looks, how to get there and how much it costs. I believe at one time it was called the Pacific Aviation Museum or it was the earlier version. Click here for the URL:
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Zo874. The location map of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum from its website. An artist certainly can do a better job than I.

Zo875. The main building, the former Hangar 37, of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.

Zo876. An appropriate decorated business vehicle of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.

Zo877. Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, the area between Hangars 37 and 79, which is called Raytheon Pavilion and Outdoor Exhibits. An overflow of aircrafts is parked here.

Zo878. A general inside overlook inside the main building, the former Hangar 37, of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.

Zo879. A Google Earth image of how I visited the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. I like walking and I wanted to look at some other sites on Ford Island that I missed on my last visit.

Zo880. A Google Earth image, showing the location of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.

Zo881. This bus, standing in front of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, brings the visitors here from the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites Visitor Center.

Zo882. The entrance of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, the former Hangar #37.

Zo883. The Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is not free. I paid here, normally visitors will go to the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites Visitor Center, buy a ticket and take the shuttle bus here.

Zo884. A welcome sign at the entrance of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, the former Hangar #37.

Zo885. The Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum hands out this visitor guide.

Zo886. This is the front of the folded-out Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum Visitor Guide.

Zo887. This is the other half of the front of the folded-out Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum Visitor Guide. It is a painting of Ford Island by Dru Blair, depicting the moment of the Pearl Harbor Attack on the 7th Dec 1941.This picture is available in high resolution, click here:

Zo888. First half of a exhibits list of historical planes or historical aviation events displayed or posted in the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum. This picture is available in high resolution, click here:

Zo889. Second half of a exhibits list of historical planes or historical aviation events displayed or posted in the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.his picture is available in high resolution, click here:

Zo890. The Wall of Honor; the US Government doesn’t pay for a museum like this. They do help, like making these hangars available. It takes donors and here is a very long list of helpers, thanks to them all!

Zo891. Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, the area between Hangars 37 and 79, which is called Raytheon Pavilion and Outdoor Exhibits. An overflow of aircrafts is parked here.

Zo892. A general inside overlook inside the second hangar, Hangar 37, of the Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum.

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