Family-friendly ocean retreat offering shallow waters, a snorkeling reef & surfing spots.
A public, oceanfront park with volcano views, a beach, volleyball, picnicking & canoeing.
The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu is now part of the Honolulu Museum of Art, and is called the Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House. It was the only museum in the state of Hawaii devoted exclusively to contemporary art.
The rain forest is only minuets from downtown Honolulu and located in Nuuanu Valley. The area averages 300 inches of rain each year. To access the forest visitor's drive along Pali Highway through residential Nuuanu, they will then continue to clime through the forest.
Sandy beach overlooking Mokulua Islands
This still-active naval base is known for the 1941 attack by Japan that brought the U.S. into WWII.
Queen Kapiʻolani Regional Park is the largest and second-oldest public park in Hawaii, located in Honolulu on the east end of Waikiki just beyond Kuhio Beach Park and the Waikiki residential neighborhood.
Iconic volcanic peak, home to hiking trails & remains of historical military fortifications.
This 9-foot bronze sculpture honors the Hawaiian Olympic champion & father of international surfing.
Waikiki Beach, is the most iconiic of the six beaches in Waikiki, along with Queen's Beach, Kuhio Beach, Gray's Beach, Fort DeRussy Beach and Kahanamoku Beach
This popular nature preserve on a bay features a beach, green sea turtles, parrotfish & more.