The palace is open to the public and you can tour while learning about Hawaiian History and the Royalty that ruled Hawaii for many, many years.
Home of the Hawaiian royalty. The palace is a unique bit of Hawaii's past. This is the building that Hawaii 50 uses as their head quarters.
The only Royal Palace in our nation, 364 South King St. ph#(808) 522-0822, Sunday closed, Monday-Saturday, 0900-1600 hours, admission $20 and up, metered parking, see website. (Bonus: Our state capital is north, our state library east, and the Kamehameha statue south of Iolani Palace, west is only…
Opulent 19th-century home of Hawaii’s last monarchs operating as a museum with tours & exhibits.
This is the only palace in the USA, housing the Hawaiian Monarchy. Close proximity and walking distance to your Hotel.
The only palace in the United States! Belongs to the Hawaiian kingdom times. Best to reserve a tour.
“Nestled and hidden in this residential area is a gorgeous, ancient but gigantic structure that houses our museum. The items they have in it are quite incredible and in my opinion, offer many surprises.”
“Diamond Head hike is simply a must for everyone coming to Waikiki! Yes, it will be crowded, but yes, the views are worth it from the top! ** Pro tip-- once you get out of the tunnel, take the stairway to the LEFT, not the right. You end up at the same place, but it's a bit easier and more enjoyable going that way. ”
“An expansive collection of over 50,000 works housed in an impressive building with gift shop & cafe.”
“我们为客人准备的浮潜装备在这里可以派上用场了。 Our snorkeling equipment for our guests can come in handy here”
“To locals known as the PCC. Great spot to weave coconut leaf hats, get glimpses of cultures of all the Pacific Islands, and watch an incredible fire-dancing show in the evenings. Great spot to spend the day.”