Celebrate Hawaiian culture at sunset on beautiful Kuhio Beach in Waikiki. The torch lighting ceremony features live music & hula dance performances at the Kuhio Beach Hula Mound. Enjoy the warm spirit of aloha.
Kuhio Beach Hula mound on Kalakaua Ave near Uluniu Ave
Take a journey through the Polynesian Islands across seven villages. Established in 1963 in the town of Laie, the PCC was established by the Church of Latter Day Saints. Choose general tours or the ultimate dinner buffet & show.
Immerse yourself in the history and architecture of Downtown Honolulu. Visit significant landmarks including the State Capitol and Queen Lili’uokalani statue, Kawaioha’o Church, and the statue of King Kamehameha at Ali’iolani Hale. Take in some art at the Hawaii State Art Museum where admission is always free.
Self guided walking tours are recommended. Visit an activities planner or concierge for assistance or for other touring options.
This palace was the last residence of Hawaiian monarchs King Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani, until the overthrow of the monarchy in 1893. The palace was reopened as a museum in 1978, featuring important cultural and historical artifacts in Hawaii. A sacred place to learn about & honor Hawaii’s royal heritage.
A powerful look into history, the Pearl Harbor Naval memorials include the USS Arizona, the Battleship Missouri Memorial, the USS Bowfin Museum & Park, the USS Oklahoma Memorial, and the Pacific Aviation Museum.