The 75-minute memorial program includes a documentary movie, a Navy-operated shuttle boat ride to the memorial, time to experience the memorial and a return boat ride to the Visitor’s Center. The site also includes exhibit galleries, an extensive bookstore, wayside exhibits and the Remembrance Circle. The Visitor’s Center is wheelchair accessible, including all restrooms, galleries, drinking fountains, the information desk, the movie theater and bookstore. There are strategically placed benches throughout for visitors who find it difficult to walk for long distances. The movie in the Visitor’s Center features captions in English. There is an induction loop. Contact the National Park Service at 808-422-3399 to request an ASL interpreter at least five business days before your visit to the memorial. The interpreter can be available for two hours to interpret the boat ride, the memorial visit and interactions with park staff. There is braille signage and tactile models of resources within the Visitor’s Center. The USS Arizona Memorial is accessible via a ramp from the boat. The Bowfin Submarine Museum and park are accessible. However, the submarine itself is not. The USS Battleship Missouri Memorial is accessible. Wheelchairs are available at this site. While the main deck and the surrender deck are accessible, some parts of the ship are only accessible via steep ladders.