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The resting place for more than 25,000 victims of three American Wars - World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War – this is truly the “Cemetery of Heroes.” Punchbowl was formed some 75,000 to 100,000 years ago during the Honolulu period of secondary...more
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Outside of those in or have served with the US Military forces most folks probably aren’t aware of this place of honor exists, but should.
If you are ever on Ohau you must visit and pay your respects to those that helped save this Nation🇺🇸
Placed in an ancient volcanic crater, hence the ‘bowl’ namesake, the location is indescribably beautiful. The green of the trees, the brightness of the flowers, the immaculate manicured lawns, the red, white and blue of old glory in the avenue of flags, all rippling in...More
This is such an amazing memorial to all who served and those who died during the wars. We spent quite a long time going through all the information areas. The grounds are immaculate. The design is truly impressive. Thanks to all who made and keep...More
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I imagine that December is probably fairly busy. There is parking on the grounds. There are a few spaces near the memorial (mostly HC spaces) and then a decent number of spaces near the entrance, which allows for a... More
I imagine that December is probably fairly busy. There is parking on the grounds. There are a few spaces near the memorial (mostly HC spaces) and then a decent number of spaces near the entrance, which allows for a beautiful stroll through the banyan trees towards the memorial.
Many people choose to just drive through but they are cheating themselves out of a beautiful place. I highly recommend getting out of the car and walking the grounds.