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.
Hawaiian civilization was isolated from the rest of the world for at least 500 years. Europeans led by a British explorer named James Cook arrived in the Hawaiian Islands in 1778. The Iolani Palace was the royal residence of the rulers of the Kingdom of Hawaii beginning with Kamehameha III. The…
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.
The only palace in the United States of America! Take a tour of this beautiful and historic landmark to learn a bit of the history of Hawai’i and see how Hawaiian Royalty lived in the 1800’s.
Beautiful and well-maintained palace, step back in time and into Hawaii's history.
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