History in Hawaii: Pacific Aviation Museum

No matter where you go in life, home has a way of finding you.


The PAM is sweet. It does a good job of balancing detail with human interest. The museum is organized around a few key events with planes perfectly reproduced to tell the story of that event. We had a great docent and learned a lot about how the attack was planned, why it was successful, and how the US recovered.

Captain Doolittle preparing for his bombing runs over Japan.

Defending the Guadal Canal

Authentic bullet holes from the attack!

We had a great day out here.

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