Pacific Historic Parks is the leading organization supporting significant historical sites in the Pacific for future generations. Through education, interpretive programs, research, preservation, and restoration, we work to perpetuate the memory of events and honor the people involved in these Pacific historic locations.
By working with the National Park Service and supporting their efforts at Pearl Harbor National Memorial, we can help keep these parks open one day longer, include another visitor in an interpretive program and educate one more child on the importance of their history and culture.
Pacific Historic Parks (originally the Arizona Memorial Museum Association) was founded in 1979 to support and preserve the legacy not only of the USS Arizona Memorial but also of all that took place in and around Pearl Harbor on that infamous day, December 7, 1941.
In addition to working with the National Park Service at Pearl Harbor National Memorial, Pacific Historic Parks also supports Kalaupapa National Historical Park in Molokai, War in the Pacific National Historical Park in Guam, American Memorial Park in Saipan, and the Diamond Head State Monument (State of Hawaii – Hawaii Tourism Authority).