|Hilton Hawaiian Village
Welcome to the island paradise of Hilton Hawaiian Village® Beach Resort & Spa. Located on Waikiki's widest stretch of beach, this impressive property is nestled on 22 oceanfront acres, offering the perfect mix of exquisite hotel accommodations and classic Hawaiian hospitality.
Museums and Gardens
The island of Oahu offers excellent museum and botanical garden experiences that depict
the rich cultural and natural history of Hawaii. Learn more about Polynesian history,
culture and art at some of Oahu's most distinguished museums, including the world-renowned
Bishop Museum. Or, tour the fragrant botanical gardens that showcase Hawaii's native and
- Bishop Museum
Featuring the world's foremost collection of Polynesian cultural and historical
artifacts, the Bishop Museum is recognized as the pre-eminent museum of the Pacific.
This is a must-see cultural experience for those interested in Hawaiiana and Polynesian
history. Its galleries display and interpret artifacts and customs from Polynesia,
Micronesia and Melanesia and describe Hawaiian culture and history in detail. A
daily planetarium show explains how ancient Polynesians navigated by the stars.
The Bishop Museum is located in Honolulu.
1525 Bernice St.
Telephone: (808) 847-3511
Web site: www.bishopmuseum.org
- Honolulu Academy of Arts
As Hawaii's oldest and largest art museum, the Honolulu Academy of Arts features an
impressive collection of Asian, European, Pacific, American and African art displayed
in over 30 galleries and surrounded by six garden courtyards. The Honolulu Academy of
Arts is located in Honolulu.
900 S. Beretania St.
Telephone: (808) 532-8701
Web site: www.honoluluacademy.org
- The Contemporary Museum
The Contemporary Museum features modern art displayed in seven galleries and a peaceful
garden setting. Situated in Honolulu's elite Makiki Heights neighborhood, The Contemporary
Museum displays rotating works of art by both international and local contemporary artists.
2411 Makiki Heights Drive
Telephone: (808) 526-0232
Web site: www.tcmhi.org
- Hawai'i Maritime Center
This museum celebrates the rich maritime history of Hawaii and chronicles the arrivals of whalers,
traders, missionaries, plantation workers and other visitors to Hawaii. Here, you will find ocean
vessel history ranging from ancient Polynesian sailing canoes to a waterfront display of a square
rigger - the Falls of Clyde.
Honolulu Harbor, Pier 7
Telephone: (808) 536-6373
- Foster Botanical Gardens
Conveniently located near downtown Honolulu, you will enjoy the guided tour of the 15-acre Foster
Botanical Gardens where you will gain a new appreciation of Hawaii's lush foliage. Walk among
thousands of rare plants, both native and introduced to Hawaii.
50 N. Vineyard Blvd.
(808) 522-7065 - for information
(808) 522-7066 - for reservations
- Senator Fong's Plantation
Situated at the foot of the majestic Ko'olau mountains in the town of Kahaluu, you can
tour Senator Fong's Plantation and its 725 acres of lush gardens, all in the comfort of
an open-air tram. Learn about the plants, trees and exotic tropical flora that are
unique to Hawaii. The tour also includes history of the land (including the Ko'olau
mountains and Kane'ohe Bay) and Hawaiian culture. Senator Fong's Plantation is
located in Kaneohe (Windward Oahu).
47285 Pulama Road
Telephone: (808) 239-6775
- Lyon Arboretum
Located in the scenic Manoa Valley, this 194-acre garden features over 5,000 plant
species and vast scenic hiking trails. You may choose to take a brief walk by path
that takes approximately 20 minutes, or a guided tour that focuses on individual
species of plants. This tour lasts approximately three hours. Call for more
information about a tour with one of the resident botanists.
3860 Manoa Road
Telephone: (808) 988-0456
Learn more about the Onsite Activities at this Waikiki Resort Hotel.
- Ho'omalunia Botanical Gardens
Located on the Windward coast, this 400-acre nature conservancy features plants, flowers
and trees, both native and introduced to Hawaii. Ho'omaluhia (a peaceful refuge) Gardens,
offers cleared hiking trails that showcase the scenic beauty of the Ko'olau mountains and
the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy a self-guided tour along the trail, or take the guided nature walk
offered only on Saturdays and Sundays. Ho'omaluhia Botanical Gardens is located in Kaneohe
45680 Luluku Road
Telephone: (808) 233-7323
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