Pacific Aviation Museum - Oahu, Hawaii
Formerly Hangar 37 located on the historic Ford Island, this survivor of the infamous December 7, 1941 Pearl Harbor attack has been transformed into one of our country's leading aviation museums, and is the only one dedicated to the freedom of the Pacific to date. The 42,000-square-foot museum showcases fighter planes, including a Japanese Zero, P-40 Fighter, Stearman N2S-3, F-4 Wildcat and a B-25. A simulated flight game for all ages, 200-seat theatre, food court and memorabilia gift shop complete the facility. The floors of the entryway are arranged with tiles that simulate the feeling of being in-flight over Oahu.