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Captain Cook, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
This 15 acre garden focuses on Hawaiian ethnobotany: the story of traditional Hawaiian culture and the plants that support it. See many interesting features in a 15 minute walk; exploring the whole garden and archaeological remnants may take an hour or m
Honolulu, Hawai'i
Art, Botanical Garden, Children's, Culture, Historic House, Library, Park, Specialized
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, is the only museum in the state of Hawai‘i devoted exclusively to contemporary art. TCM provides an accessible forum for provocative, dynamic forms of visual art, offering interaction with art and artists in a unique Island environment.
Honolulu, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
In the heart of busy Honolulu, Foster Botanical Gardens is a 13.5 acre oasis of tropical plants, some rare and endangered, collected from throughout the worldÕs tropics over a period of 140 years. Adjoining LiliÔuokalani Botanical Garden was once the pro
Kurtistown, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
This working bonsai nursery features all forms of bonsaiÑJapanese, Chinese and HawaiianÑtraditional and innovative.
Papaikou, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
Garden trails wind through a tropical rain forest with waterfalls, streams and tropical plant life from around the world.
Kaneohe, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
This lush 400 acres of rain forest environment features Hawaiian and tropical plants, a network of trails, a map/guide, and a visitor center with art gallery. For camping permits and information on tours and programs, call (808) 233-7323.,
Haena, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
Surrounded by towering mountains and breathtaking natural beauty, Limahuli Garden features rare and endangered plants, plants of ethnobotanical value, archaeological sites and ancient stone-faced terraces.
Hilo, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
Take a tram tour or wander at your own pace through this botanical garden with orchids, fruit orchard, tree fern forest, ponds and waterways, hedge maze and Polynesian garden.
Kalaheo, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
The National Tropical Botanical Garden (NTBG) is a not-for-profit institution, dedicated to discovering, saving, and studying the world's tropical plants and to sharing what is learned.
Kaneohe, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
Wahiawa, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
Cradled between the WaiÔanae and KoÔolau Mountains ranges, this 27-acre garden and forested ravine features native plants, Hawaiian palms, aroid gardens and tree ferns. Stop at the Visitor Center for a self-guiding brochure to begin your visit.
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