The U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii is one of about five dozen museums owned and operated by the United States Army.
Exhibits chronicling the military history of Hawaii and the U.S. Army in Hawaii and the Pacific are housed in Battery Randolph, built in 1911, which was the first line of defense against a naval attack on Oahu’s south shore.
Get close-up looks at tanks, weapons, uniforms and more. Key exhibits focus on the Hawaiian monarchy’s military organizations, Hawaii’s important role in World War II and the Korean and Vietnam conflicts, and the Gallery of Heroes, which honors local citizens who earned America’s two highest awards for valor.
Closed Sunday and Monday