Honolulu Cemeteries

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  • Lesley6227-Australia
    Brisbane, Australia11 contributions
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    My day trip to the USS Arizona Memorial has been on my bucket list for a good 40 years. It didn’t disappoint in any way. The Memorial is so subtle and serenely peaceful its quite telling. The film shown is incredible and how the staff conduct themselves is amazingly respectful. The entire grounds have been really well planned and all the facilities available are more than enough for anybody to have a really comfortable visit. Plenty of toilets, plenty of food options, seating, with military staff illustrating great demeanor and patience with visitors. Thank you America.
    Written 18 June 2024
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  • David B
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    Beautiful views of Honolulu from this veteran's cemetery of WW2, Korea, and Vietnam veterans. The historical information about the military campaigns was very interesting at the top of the memorial.
    Written 4 July 2024
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  • ITRT
    Virginia44,720 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    The Mausoleum land is one of three places in Hawaii that are sovereign (the others being the Iolani Palace and Pu’ukohola Heiau. Because of this classification, the Hawaiian flag can officially fly without the American flag. When you walk onto the grounds, a sense of peace and calm envelops you. The mausoleum is the final resting place of Hawaiian royalty including King
    King Kamehameha II through King Kamehameha V, and Queen Liliuokalani, the last reigning monarch of the Hawaiian Kingdom. There are two crypts and a chapel on the grounds. It is about 1.5 miles from downtown Honolulu and worth a trip.
    Written 25 June 2022
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  • Andrew
    Baltimore, MD643 contributions
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    We just took a look around at the exterior of the tomb. It's got very cool architecture and has been there for quite a long time.
    Written 30 June 2019
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    World9,915 contributions
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    ... this place is not the Bowfin Memorial Ship and Park by the Arizona Monument Museum - no that place draws the hordes. This is just a quiet neighborhood park of sorts that can't be accessed unless you got military ID. And that neighborhood on Pearl Harbor is a bunch of dorms/barracks for current young submariners (I think) on active duty. Plenty of monuments in this park honoring the submarines and crews that didn't come back from WWII. Nice little reminder - in your face - many times a day - of what could be. No really it's all very cool and well done and maintained too. And a nice and shady place to relax which is actually a requisite condition of any great park. There's some very solemn monuments of different types as well as some interesting educational information panels dotted along the small area. Got some torpedo static displays in there. The crowning showpiece of the park is the tower (sail/fin?) of the US Parche - an extremely historical piece of American naval history. There's a sign that says you can't go on it but if I had some kids, I'd toss it and let them jump around and have fun. I know this is where Capt Red Ramage was when he led his great men into battle and earned his Medal of Honor and Navy Cross. Whoah, maybe I should try to get the kids to soak it in about walking in the footsteps a great national hero like Capt Red. There it is. Hey close by is a historical naval chapel too, but I haven't figured out how to get in and see it. I will soon.
    Written 28 January 2020
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