Submarine experience is a self-funded project. We set out on a speedboat and boarded a submarine in the middle of the sea. The boat is underwater. It is introduced in Chinese and can take pictures. But the light is not very good and there are many people. From every window we can see the motions of the seabed. There are many old sunken animals, anchor chains, hull parts and so on. Fish shuttle among them. It's very interesting. The water is very clear and it's a very interesting experience.
The Boffin Submarine Memorial is a World War II meritorious submarine moored by the tourist center. It can carry up to 24 torpedoes during World War II. It is well known for its outstanding record in sinking 44 enemy ships. Tourists go to the bridge and enter the submarine, experience the hard life of the crew in the narrow space, and sigh that the real life is not easy to come by. The open-air exhibition area is located near the Boffin submarine Memorial hall, which is basically some torpedoes. On the lawn, a Japanese suicide torpedo is very eye-catching. The huge torpedo is manned by people, ready to die with the enemy. Of course, most "Return to Heaven" torpedoes have no chance to go to battle at all. Like its name, it symbolizes the inability of the Japanese Empire to return to Heaven.
Part of the Pearl Harbor experience. For an extra fee you can go inside it and get a glimpse of what life would be like inside a submarine.
Pearl Harbor is easily the most historically significant location in the Hawaiian island chain. Some of the best known vessels to partake in the action during World War II can be found here. The USS Arizona, the USS Oklahoma, and the USS Missouri may get all the attention, but it's the USS Bowfin that seems to have had the biggest direct effect on the outcome of this conflict. The Bowfin was one of the deadliest subs in the pacific fleet, racking up enough kills to plaster a portion of the hull with kill markers almost to the point of running out of room. For a small fee guests are invited to tour the hull and interior of this complex piece of machinery. Additionally, there are a number of torpedoes and informational displays along the waterfront near the Bowfin which help illustrate the significant contributions that not only the Bowfin, but all the US submarines (including the more than 50 subs lost) made toward ensuring freedom survived this dark chapter of humanity.
Previously, playing the computer game of "hunting and submarine" went off the rails. Driving German submarines to attack American and British fleets and merchant ships in the Atlantic Ocean. So Pearl Harbor, the Boffin Submarine Museum, should not be missed. Adult tickets for adults over 12 years old are $12/person, 4 to 12 years old are $5/person, Pearl Harbor tickets are extra. Tickets include submarines and nearby museums, all with Chinese voice guides. Pearl Harbor Tourist Center provides free parking lots, but parking spaces are tight during holidays. Bags are prohibited in Pearl Harbor, so please hide them in the car in advance, or go to the register on the right side of the entrance. Cameras can be brought into Pearl Harbor, where you are allowed to take photos. Before entering the gate, staff will check whether bags are carried or not. There are three service desks in front of the gate. The one in the middle is for free admission to the Arizona Warship Memorial (to watch a 23-minute documentary on the ticket time and then take a ferry to the Arizona Warship Memorial). The one on the right is for admission to the Missouri Warship Memorial, the Pacific Air Museum and the Boffin Submarine Museum. You can buy tickets or tickets. Purchase tickets individually as appropriate. The left counter rents voice guides and provides Chinese at a cost of $7.5 per person. Visitors to the Visitors'Center and the Arizona Warship Memorial are strongly recommended to rent one.
At one of their ceremonies, the student-like soldiers lined up neatly, and the orchestra played vigorously and forcefully. The museum's valuable text and image materials were fixed on December 7, 1941. The cruelty of war always reminds people of the significance of peace.
Ticket 12 knives, including the cost of a Chinese interpreter, can enter the submarine to watch carefully.