www.iolanipalace.org We invite you to rediscover an important chapter of Hawaii’s history and to learn more about the Hawaiian Kingdom, the monarchs who ruled from Iolani Palace, and the events that shaped today’s Hawaii.
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…
This is the only palace in the USA, housing the Hawaiian Monarchy. Close proximity and walking distance to your Hotel.
The royal residence of the rulers of the Kingdom of Hawaii beginning with Kamehameha III under the Kamehameha Dynasty and ending with Queen Liliʻuokalani under the Kalākaua Dynasty, founded by her brother, King David Kalākaua.
The only palace in the United States! Belongs to the Hawaiian kingdom times. Best to reserve a tour.
Reservations are recommended and may be required. The only Palace in the United States. A visit to the palace is an excellent way to get insights into the history and culture of Hawaii
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