The final abode of hundreds and thousands of tanks, helicopters, guns, soldiers, the U.S. Army Museum Of Hawaii welcomes their visitor. When we look back, this place was a bastion that was built to guard Hawaii from the unsafe external forces, wherein, the soldiers and other people where leading a normal, cheerful life. But now this place is just a museum, every corner of which depicts the story of Hawaii’s Vietnam conflict and ancient times. These hostilities are covered in a separate display and sound effects have been given to give the feel of real time.
Earlier it was Kalia Military Reservation and now it has been renamed as Fort DeRussy Park. An array of batteries has been built on this ground. The park is also an abode to the U.S. military’s Hale Koa Hotel that proffers accommodation for retired and active United States military personnel.
The U.S. Army Museum Of Hawaii is closed on Sundays and opens from Tuesday to Sunday between 10:00 am to 4:15 pm. The store of the museum is opened every day. The entry to U.S. Army Museum Of Hawaii is free, but donations can be given as per the individual choice.