Housed in a former weapons battery, the U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii (view panorama) is conveniently located in Fort DeRussy Park in Waikiki on the island of Oahu and features exhibits and educational programs that show the role Hawaii played in military actions from its ancient beginnings and especially during World War II and the Vietnam War.
The exhibits have visual and auditory effects, bringing life to the conflicts and how they happened. Visitors can view weapons and military paraphernalia. There is also a gift shop selling various items, from specialty books to T-shirts to bullet keychains. The museum is open
. The museum store is open every day. Admission is free, but donations are welcome. Validated parking in nearby lots is available (next to Fort DeRussy Park).
U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii Overview
Located in Fort DeRussy Park in Waikiki on Oahu
Features exhibits and educational programs that show the role Hawaii played in various military actions, e.g. Pearl Harbor, Vietnam, Korea
Visitors can view weapons and military paraphernalia