Pacific Regional Visitor Center

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Pacific Regional Visitor Center


(808) 438-2815

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The Honolulu Engineer District Pacific Regional Visitor Center (PRVC), located atop Battery Randolph at Fort DeRussy, is co-located with the U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii. The Battery was built as a Coastal Artillery Defense facility in 1911 by the Army Corps of Engineers and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. The PRVC opened its doors to the general public in May 1983 and has provided visitors with information on the water resources development of Hawaii and other Pacific Islands. The RVC also provides visitors with information on recreational opportunities in the area. The PRVC includes state-of-the art displays and exhibits, which interact with the visitor to create a stronger and lasting experience. The ultimate goal of the renovated PRVC is to make visitors more aware of the breadth of Corps Civil Works water resource developments in the Pacific Region.

Map of Pacific Regional Visitor Center

Latitude, Longitude: 21.282693, -157.840277



  • Historic Sites

    A corps guide is available to assist visitors Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4:40 p.m. (except on Christmas Day, New Years, and Thanksgiving).

  • Picnicking

    Call the visitor center at 808-438-2815 for more information.

  • Water Sports

    Call the visitor center at 808-438-2815 for more information.



The Pacific Regional Visitor Center is located on the West edge of Waikiki, along Kalia Road, on the grounds of the Hale Koa Hotel and the Ft. DeRussy Recreation Center.

Phone Numbers


(808) 438-2815