On July 21, 1842, 5,000 worshippers, led by King Kamehameha III, gathered to dedicate this “Great Stone Church.” It became known as the “Westminster Abbey of the Pacific,” and during the days of the Hawaiian monarchy, it was called “The Church of the Ali‘i.” – the first Christian church built on the island of Oahu. […]
Located in downtown Honolulu across the street from the Iolani Palace and State Capitol, the Hawaii State Art Museum Hawaii (HISAM) is dedicated to exhibiting and interpreting the art and culture of Hawaii. Through Enriched by Diversity, a semi-permanent installation reflecting Hawaii’s rich ethnic and cultural traditions, as well as a dynamic changing exhibition program, […]
Is Hawaii’s largest museum dedicated to studying and preserving the history of Hawaii and the Pacific. Originally designed to house the extensive collection of Hawaiian artifacts and royal family heirlooms of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, a descendent of King Kamehameha I, the museum is now the premier natural and cultural history institution in the Pacific. […]
Is located in Downtown Honolulu and one of Hawaii’s most historic places, Iolani Palace is the only the only official state residence of royalty on U.S. soil. Journey through the times of happiness and tragedy of King Kalakaua an d Queen Liliuokalani as you view their two-story American Florentine style palace.
The history of Pearl Harbor is really interesting, so it is important to visit all those interesting points for the history, such as the place where the ship known as the USS Arizona Memorial or the Pacific Aviation Museum that is located on Ford Island, to access the island it is necessary to take a boat. Finally, […]