Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor has announced its “Kids Free for Summer” promotion. With every paid adult admission, one child ages 4 through 12 gets free admission to the museum June through August. Children under 4 are always free.
Young “aviators” especially like flying the Combat Flight Simulators, exploring inside the big helicopters, and nosing around in the cockpit of a jet’s nose cone, according to museum officials. Movies, videos, two World War II hangars with battlefield scars, and more than four acres of planes, helicopters and jets make it impressive to the young ones. A full restaurant and kid-friendly museum store round out the fun.
Tickets for this promotion are available only at PacificAviationMuseum.org and at the Admissions Desk at the museum; they are not available at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center ticketing desk.
Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization located at 319 Lexington Boulevard in Hangars 37 and 79 on Historic Ford Island at Pearl Harbor.
For more information: 808-441-1000 or PacificAviationMuseum.org
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