Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor has been named Hawaii´s “#1 Historical Spot Worth Traveling For” by FlipKeyÂ®, TripAdvisor´sÂ® leading vacation rental service, the company said.
Based on industry research and traveler feedback, FlipKeyÂ® named the “50 most loved and most talked about historical attractions in each state across the country.” Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor was awarded the number one spot for Hawaii.
With more than 5 million monthly unique visits, FlipKeyÂ® is a TripAdvisorÂ® company and helps power the vacation rental experience on TripAdvisor.comÂ® — the world´s largest travel website.
Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is located on Historic Ford Island, where bombs fell during the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941. Visitors to the Museum can see remnants from that day of infamy, including the 158-foot tall red and white iconic Ford Island Field Control Tower, Hangars 37 and 79, and bullet holes in Hangar 79.
Through its preservation and restoration of World War II fighter planes and accompanying artifacts in the Museum´s historic hangars, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor shares the story of the vital role aviation played in America´s winning of World War II, and its continuing role in maintaining America´s freedom.
Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization.