Located in the Honolulu International Airport, this museum features interactive exhibits and multimedia productions on Pacific exploration, aviation and aerospace achievements.
Exhibitions, interactive computer technology, and personal accounts by tsunami survivors explain these giant earthquake-generated waves and their deadly impact on people and property.
Anthropology, Children's, History, Natural History, Nature Centers, Zoo
Located on 12 acres in the Panaewa Rainforest Reserve, the zoo houses approximately 150 animals including reptiles, tropical and native birds, tigers and monkeys.
Historic House, Park
Two historic houses tell the story of six generations of the Parker family and Parker Ranch, one of the largest ranches in the United States.
Parker Ranch Visitor Center and Museum display artifacts, exhibits and a video to orient visitors to 150 years of ranch history.
Seven recreated villages represent various Polynesian cultures with craft demonstrations, music and dance performances.
This traditional place of refuge, where Hawaiians could seek sanctuary from battle or the kapu (laws), include remains of the ruling chiefÕs housing complex and a reconstruction of the important Hale o Keawe Heiau which originally housed the bones of many
PuÔukohola Heiau was built in 1791 to honor the war god KukaÔilimoku as Kamehameha I prepared to conquer the other Hawaiian islands in battle.