Hilton Hawaiian Village

Wildlife & Art

Discover an array of colorful island wildlife and explore extraordinary art exhibitions by local artists at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort®.

Exotic Wildlife

Explore the natural sanctuary of our oceanfront Honolulu resort. With more than 60 species of exotic birds, waterfowl, turtles, and fish our splendid Honolulu Hawaii resort offers a peaceful refuge in a striking setting. Watch weekday wildlife feedings for those that make their home on our grounds - even penguins. Complete your Hawaiian experience by participating in a variety of free activities and demonstrations of indigenous wildlife, arts, crafts and culture exclusive to Hilton Hawaiian Village® Waikiki Beach Resort.

Enjoy Penguins & Turtle Feedings – Monday to Friday at 8am*
Meet at Penguin Pool next to the Ali'i Tower®.

*Holidays not included. Dates and times subject to change without notice.

The Gardens of the Village

With 22 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens Hilton Hawaiian Village offers a unique resort experience for those who enjoy the natural beauty of flora. The Village grounds showcase over 50 varieties of flora indigenous to Hawaii and from regions around the world such as Fiji, Australia, Tropical Asia, Brazil, China, Africa and other exotic locations. Our gardens offer a nice complement the many botanical garden tours that are offered throughout Oahu.

Museum-Quality Art Collection

Enjoy a stroll around the resort and discover exceptional art exhibits by some of Hawaii's most prestigious artists including John Young, Hiroshi Tagami, Michael Powell, Herb Kane, James Hoyle, Luigi Fumagalli, Daniel Van Zyle, Dale Evers and many others.

We also feature the renowned sculptor, Kim Duffett, who created the life-size bronze statue of 'Iolani Luahine, the legendary hula dancer. She was regarded as being a mystic and priestess of the sacred rite of hula. Another distinguished piece by Kim Duffett is the sculpture of Alfred Aholo Apaka, who introduced Hawaii's music to world-wide audiences. You will find both of these celebrated works of art in the concourse next to the Tapa Tower.