One of the most famous volcanic cones in the world, Diamond Head is located 760 ft above sea level above the city of Waikiki. Go hiking here to experience the geology, nature and beautiful views surrounding this extinct volcano.
Polynesian Cultural Center
Located in Laie, the Polynesian Cultural Center is a theme park dedicated to the indigenous cultures of the Pacific Islands. Learn more about the traditional Hawaiian hula dance or about Maori face tattoos. Traditional food and shows can be enjoyed here in the evenings.
Regarded as a National Historic Landmark, Palace Iolani was the home of Hawaiian Royalty before they were overthrown in the late 19th century. It is the United States’ only official residence of former royalty.
USS Arizona Memorial
The USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor honors all those who died on the eponymous battleship during the surprise attack by the Japanese in 1941. Visit this memorial to see the sunken remains of the battleship.
Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese during World War II. Today, the naval base is a National Historic Landmark with an informative visitor's center.