Go Oahu and all attractions are working hard to make sightseeing fun and accessible for everyone. Things haven’t returned to complete normality just yet, but with a few tips and a little planning, there's still a lot you can tick off your bucket list.  

Some attractions on your pass will require a booking

Due to ongoing Covid 19 restrictions, some attractions have capacity limitations and will need to be booked in advance. Please read our reservation page before you visit - you'll find a full list of attractions that require a reservation and all the information you need to book.

You'll also find booking instructions on each attraction listing on our website and app.

The good news is, all restrictions in Hawaii are set to be lifted soon, so please bear with us as we work hard to make sightseeing fun. 

What else do you need to know?
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Capacity will be limited at certain attractions.

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Opening times are subject to change.

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Remember, some attractions require a booking.

  • Capacity will be limited at certain attractions. Visitor numbers are currently restricted at several Oahu attractions and this may affect wait times and availability. We recommend booking ahead where you can.
  • Opening times are subject to change. Opening hours may vary so we suggest checking the official attraction website before you visit. You'll find these listed below. While safety regulations are in place, a few attractions are not permitted to open. You'll see these flagged on our attraction lists.

Which attractions can you visit in Oahu without booking?

Not got a reservation? No worries. These attractions can be visited without a prior booking. Just remember to check up-to-date opening hours before you travel.   

Pacific Fleet Submarine Museum at Pearl Harbor
Battleship Missouri Memorial at Pearl Harbor
USS Arizona Memorial Narrated Audio Tour
Pacific Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor
Waimea Valley
Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii incl. Da Flowrider
Sea Life Park Hawaii
Bishop Museum
Honolulu Museum of Art

Are masks needed to visit attractions in Oahu?

Hawaii has ended its outdoor mask mandate but you will need to wear a mask for all indoor activities. Please check the individual attraction websites before you travel (listed below) for information about their mask policy.   

What else is Go Oahu doing to help you sightsee?

We're offering 90-day cancellation on unused passes. In response to this ever-changing situation, we’re doing everything we can to make sure that sightseeing with us is flexible for you. With our 90-day cancellation policy, you can obtain a refund for unused passes for up to 90 days from purchase, giving you greater security when planning your trip.

Don't forget that our passes are valid for two years from purchase, so you can postpone your trip to a later date and use them when it suits.

We're committed to making sure you have a great time. While this ever-changing situation makes it tricky to organize a trip, we're working closely with attractions to ensure that everything runs as smoothly as possible. 

For further information about our pass, visit our FAQs page.

What things are there to do in Oahu during COVID?

While we wait for things to return to normality, now's the perfect opportunity to embrace Oahu's natural beauty and enjoy the great outdoors. Explore the island's miles of pristine beaches, grab a snorkel and dive into those crystal clear waters, or head inland and discover some of Hawaii's most beautiful natural scenery. 

Got another question? Get in touch!