Former bastion built to protect Hawai'i from invading forces

The US Army Museum of Hawaii is housed in Battery Randolph, a former bastion, built around 1911 as a massive reinforced concrete emplacement with roofs as much as 12 feet thick. The museum tells the military story of Hawai'i, from ancient times to present.

You’ll find on display tanks, guns, helicopters, plans and more, covered graphically in separate displays with photographs and sound effects. Given all other military attractions in Honolulu, that revolve mainly around Pearl Harbor, the US Army Museum of Hawaii makes an interesting and valuable addition to your Honolulu travel guide.

US Army Museum of Hawaii
Kalia Road - on the grounds of the Hale Koa Hotel and the Ft. DeRussy Recreation Center , Honolulu

Phone: +1 808 955 9552

Website: www.hiarmymuseumsoc.org/

Open Hours: Tuesday through Saturday from 9 am until 5 pm

Categories: Specialty museum, History museum, Military museum

Price: Free


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