Are you planning a trip to Hawaii in the near future? If so, you may want to add to your entire experience by going on educational discovery tours of historical sites there. There are different types of tours available.
For example, you may want to visit the Dole Plantation, where you can learn about the history of agriculture in Hawaii through plenty of engaging experiences. Pineapple, which is cultivated at the Dole Plantation, was a sign that sailors who had come back to their homes in New England were prepared to have people over and visit.
There are also USS Arizona tours at the site of the memorial for the ship of the same name, which was attacked at Pearl Harbor in 1941. There were 1,177 sailors on the ship who sacrificed their lives for their country on that day. In 1958, President Dwight D. Eisenhower–himself a famous World War II general in the European campaign–OK’s the memorial. Today, it is meant as a remembrance of all those in the military who died at Pearl Harbor as a result of the events on December 7, 1941.
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