The current exhibit celebrates the 100th anniversary of Battery Randolph at Ft. DeRussy. The story of the construction of Battery Randolph is told through pictures and storyboards from 1911 through the present day.
Open to the Public.
The U.S. Army Museum of Hawaii is very pleased to now offer Audio Tours to enhance your visit to the Museum.
You may rent one of the audio tours for $5 each. They are available in English and Japanese!
For Museum members the Audio Tour is available for $2.50 and adds new dimensions to your visit.
Visit the U.S. Army Museum Hawaii
Here at the U.S. Army Museum Hawaii the biggest artifact is the building itself. The museum is housed in Battery Randolph
a massive reinforced concrete emplacement with roofs as much as 12 feet thick. The battery was built around 1911 for two
14 inch guns that could fire projectiles as far as 14 miles. It was part of a coastal defense system that was to protect
Honolulu Harbor from invasion. Watch the video for more information.