What's New in Oahu
What's New in Oahu New Events & Attractions

What's New in O'ahu Check Out New Events & Attractions

O'ahu Historical Sites

Planning a trip to the USS Arizona Memorial on O'ahu is now easier with the introduction of a new advance online reservations system. For $1.50 each, tickets can be purchased up to three months in advance for as many as 65 people in a group via Recreation.gov or by calling 1 (877) 444-6777. Complimentary tickets are still available for same-day walk-in guests at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center. Another new ticket option is the Passport to Pearl Harbor, a one-stop deal for visitors looking to get the entire Pearl Harbor experience for one low price. The 'Passport' provides access to all primary Pearl Harbor historic sites for $55 per adult and $30 per child. For just $10 more, the Passport holders can upgrade to a Two-Day Pass that allows them to return to Pearl Harbor within seven days of their initial visit. For more information,visit NPS.gov.

New Dining on O'ahu

DFS Galleria Waikiki (O'ahu) is looking forward to a grand summer with the opening of a new restaurant by "Iron Chef" Hiroyuki Sakai, of the original Japanese television series. The open-air bistro style restaurant will be the first for Chef Sakai outside of his native Japan featuring his signature fusion of Japanese and French cuisine. For more information, visit DFSGalleria.com/Hawaii.

Enjoy one of 86 varieties of loose-leaf teas served daily at Aloha Harmony Tea House, the newest addition to Waikiki Beach Walk on Oahu. This tea house offers the world's finest antioxidant-rich teas served freshly brewed, as a tea latte, or as smoothies, in the café or on the go. For more information, visit WaikikiBeachWalk.com.