Located in Central Oahu, the Aloha Stadium is Hawaii’s largest outdoor arena, and home to the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors football team. In addition, the Aloha Stadium hosts a multitude of events attracting visitors from around the State including soccer matches, concerts, car shows, fairs and the ever popular Aloha Stadium Swap Meet & Marketplace.
The Aloha Tower is a lighthouse that is considered one of the landmarks of the state of Hawaii in the United States. Opened on September 11, 1926 at a then astronomical cost of $160,000, the Aloha Tower is located at Pier 9 of Honolulu Harbor. It has been, and continues to be, a guiding beacon welcoming vessels to the City and County of Honolulu.
The unique profile of Diamond Head (Lē‘ahi) sits prominently near the eastern edge of Waikiki’s coastline. Hawaii’s most recognized landmark is known for its historic hiking trail, stunning coastal views, and military history. Diamond Head State Monument encompasses over 475 acres, including the interior and outer slopes of the crater.
About Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve "Hana" is the Hawaiian word for "Bay" and "uma" refers to the curves of the indigenous canoes. For many years Hawaiian Royalty used Hanauma bay for fishing and recreation. Hanauma Bay is a must do for your Oahu island itinerary.
The Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts invites you to visit the Hawai‘i State Art Museum (HiSAM). HiSAM is located on the 2 nd floor of the No. 1 Capitol District Building, 250 South Hotel Street, in downtown Honolulu, Hawaii. Admission is always free.
Opened in 1982, this garden in Kāneʻohe features plantings from major tropical regions around the world grouped geographically. Geographical regions represented by our botanical collections: Philippines, Malaysia, Tropical America, India & Sri Lanka, Melanesia, Hawaii, Polynesia, and Africa.
Founded in 1927, the Honolulu Museum of Art is Hawai‘i’s largest private presenter of visual arts programs, with an internationally recognized collection of more than 50,000 works spanning 5,000 years. In addition, film and concert programs, lectures, art classes and workshops make the museum the city’s cultural hub.
The pictured statue stands prominently in front of Ali ʻ iolani Hale in Honolulu, Hawaii. The statue had its origins in 1878 when Walter M. Gibson, a member of the Hawaiian government at the time, wanted to commemorate the 100-year arrival of Captain Cook to the Hawaiian Islands.
Kapiolani Park located in Waikiki and across of the beach. Kapiolani Park is within walking distance to several hotels, the Honolulu Zoo, and the Waikiki Shell. The park is also a starting/ending point for individuals who want to take a walk to Diamond Head. The park is mighty big for children of all ages to play.
In 1958, Koko Crater on the eastern side of O`ahu was set aside for development into a botanical garden. Plant collections occupy sixty acres of the inner slopes and basin of this 200-acre crater. Plant collections occupy sixty acres of the inner slopes and basin of this 200-acre crater.
From the trail’s destination at Makapu‘u Head, one is rewarded with magnificent views of the windward coast and offshore islets, as well as the historic red-roofed Makapu‘u Lighthouse built in 1909, which makes a stunning picture against the deep blue sea below (the lighthouse itself is off-limits).
Maunalua Bay will be to your right, off of Hawaii Kai Drive and across from the Town Center. From the Windward side, take Kalanianaole Highway south toward Honolulu. Maunalua Bay will be on your left, past Koko Head, off of Hawaii Kai Drive and across from the Town Center.
The hotel's deluxe accommodations and superb location, just a 5-minute walk from the Hawaii Convention Center, are preferred by conference attendees. Ala Moana Hotel is 1.5 miles from Waikiki Beach, 2.5 miles from downtown Honolulu's financial center and government offices, and a quick 8 miles from Honolulu International Airport.
Moanalua Gardens is an open area 26 acre private park. There is a path in the rear named Pineapple Place, mostly used as a pedestrian/ bike path access. But it is the only paved walking path. The park is easy to get around all one big open grass park. Read less. Moanalua Gardens is an open area 26 acre private park.
Few national cemeteries can compete with the dramatic natural setting of the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. The “Punchbowl” was formed some 75,000 to 100,000 years ago during the Honolulu period of secondary volcanic activity. A crater resulted from the ejection of hot lava through cracks in the old coral reefs which, at the time, extended to the foot of the Koolau Mountain Range.
Hawaii's Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor on historic Ford Island, located in Honolulu, is the newest attraction among the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites. Hawaii's Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor on historic Ford Island, located in Honolulu, is the newest attraction among the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites.
Pearl Harbor is a lagoon harbor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, west of Honolulu. It has been long visited by the Naval fleet of the United States, before it was acquired from the Hawaiian Kingdom by the U.S. with the signing of the Reciprocity Treaty of 1875.
A tour of Shangri La is a unique and memorable experience designed to introduce the visitor to the world of Islamic art and architecture as interpreted through the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art’s collection and the architectural elements found throughout Shangri La.
The USS Arizona Memorial, at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, Hawaii, marks the resting place of 1,102 of the 1,177 sailors and Marines killed on USS Arizona (BB-39) during the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 and commemorates the events of that day.
Contact Us From Engagement to Peace At World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, home of the USS Arizona Memorial, learn about one of the most pivotal moments in US history: the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the subsequent entry of the United States into World War II.
USS Missouri (BB-63) ("Mighty Mo" or "Big Mo") is a United States Navy Iowa-class battleship and was the third ship of the U.S. Navy to be named after the U.S. state of Missouri. Missouri was the last battleship commissioned by the United States and is best remembered as the site of the surrender of the Empire of Japan which ended World War II.