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Three USS Arizona Memorial tours added each day July 1 - Dec 31

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Three tours have been added for USS Arizona Memorial:

USS Arizona Memorial : Tours available at 1:30, 2:00 and 2:30 starting June 28th for July 1- December 31

Since the sequestration, the last tour of the day had been at 1:00pm.

So this is good news that some of the tours have been added back.

There are 150 seats for each tour.

35 seats can be reserved through the reservation system. Once the 35 seats are reserved, there will be a notice saying "sold out". Only the 35 tickets that can be reserved are "sold out".

Commercial tours also have advanced reservations.

The rest are for walk-ups.

Make sure you click on the tour for USS Arizona Memorial:

http://www.recreation.gov/tourList.do?contractCode=NRSO&parkId=72369

No need to get the one with headphones. You can get them at the visitors center.

No need for the passport. The other three museums are never sold out. You can get them at the visitors center.

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