This is the memorial that is seated above where the Arizona rests.
The sunken ship is now teeming with marine life, and it still leaking oil as you can see below.
The ship had been filled to capacity with oil the night before the attack. The ship burned for two days after the attack because of all the oil.
The area was beautifully landscaped. Birds of Paradise above and Rubber trees below.
The bridge that you can see in the background of the photo above is the Admiral Clarey Bridge, and it is a pontoon (or floating) drawbridge. There are only a few bridges like this in the world. It takes about 25 minutes to retract the bridge.
President FDR's speech that was given to announce the attack on Pearl Harbor. It was interesting to see this with all of the handwritten editing on it. He labored over his words here.
We had about 3 hours to spend at Pearl Harbor, and we could have spent more time there. I didn't get to see everything at the museum, but I appreciated what I did have time to see. They show a film with live footage from that fateful day, and that was well worth the time.