Exactly 75 years after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, The National WWII Museum returns to the sites that defined "a date which will live in infamy."
A four-part educational symposium sets the stage, discussing the days leading up to the attack, all set at historic oceanfront Aloha Tower. The symposium will be filled with captivating lectures—from both Museum historians and Hawai'i Pacific University faculty—divided into four sessions.
Tour highlights include access to important historic sites, a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial, a ceremony commemorating the 75th anniversary of the attacks, and a private, catered dinner on the deck of the USS Missouri.
On December 7, 2016—the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks—The National WWII Museum and New Orleans PBS member station WYES broadcasted two live, interactive, student webcasts focusing on the events of that momentous day.
Remember Pearl Harbor—How Students Like YOU Experienced the Day of Infamy gave students across the country in grades 5–8 the chance to watch live as two student reporters gave updates from New Orleans and Hawaii.
Join the Museum for a free four-part Online Learning Series designed specifically for adults, exploring Japan's rise to power, the attack on Pearl Harbor, and key events of the early days of the Pacific war. This compelling series features four hour-long live presentations participants can access directly from their computers.
Learn more about why and how the attack happened, and the challenges the United States faced after December 7, 1941. Participation is free but requires preregistration.