Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge and Battle of Midway National Memorial
Access for general visitation purposes was previously allowed at Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge; however, due to recent reductions in refuge staff and operational capacity, historical and eco-tour access is currently not offered. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife is considering visitation options in the future if operational support becomes available. For more information, visit www.fws.gov/refuge/Midway_Atoll/.
There are many other ways to learn about the Monument and experience it from afar.
Check out the options below.
The Waikiki Aquarium Northwestern Hawaiian Islands exhibit showcases fish from Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, like this Japanese Angelfish. Credit: James Watt.
Stone figurines from Mokumanamana are on display at the Bishop Museum. Credit: Toni Parras/NOAA
Kaʻena Point on the north shore of Oʻahu boasts ecological features similar to those in the Monument; visitors can learn about these with the Kaʻena Point mobile app
, for iPhone
). Credit: Alyssa Miller/NOAA
Internet users can take a tour of five sites within the Monument via Google Street View. Credit: Google