Join us on a 2-hour walking tour of Honolulu’s historic and cultural landmarks. We’ll admire Iolani Palace, the only royal palace in the United States, and learn about Hawaii’s monarchs. Next, stop by the Honolulu City Hall and the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives to discover the city’s history and see how the first Westerners lived on the islands. Then, head to the Hawaii State Capitol and Aliʻiolani Hale to marvel at their stunning architecture. Witness the Cathedral of St. Andrew, a magnificent church that is the seat of the Episcopal Diocese of Hawaii, and the unique Kamehameha V Post Office and learn about Hawaiian customs. The journey ends at the Aliʻiolani Hale, a government building in downtown Honolulu.

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  • Professional local tour guide

Route & Duration

2 hours
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    Iolani Palace

    Iolani Palace is a majestic royal palace located in downtown Honolulu, which was the official residence of the Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs. The palace is decorated with elaborate ornaments and exquisite craftsmanship that represent the Hawaiian monarchy's history and culture.

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    Honolulu City Hall

    Honolulu City Hall is a municipal building in the heart of downtown Honolulu, with a prominent clock tower and a beautiful fountain.

  • 3

    Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives

    Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives is a museum complex with three historic buildings that preserves the history of Hawaii's early missionaries and their influence on the development of the Hawaiian Kingdom.

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    Hawaii State Capitol

    The Hawaii State Capitol is a modernist building and the main governmental hub for the state, notable for its unique design and reflecting pool.

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    The Cathedral of St. Andrew

    The Cathedral of St. Andrew is a historic Episcopal church that was completed in 1886 and is known for its Gothic Revival architecture and stained glass windows.

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    Kamehameha V Post Office

    Kamehameha V Post Office is a historic building in downtown Honolulu, with a grand entrance and ornate details.

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    Podmore is a historic building located on Merchant Street in downtown Honolulu, with an impressive colonial architecture and a rich history.

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    Aliʻiolani Hale

    Aliʻiolani Hale is a government building in downtown Honolulu, with a stunning neoclassical architecture and a prominent statue of King Kamehameha in front.

Meeting Point

In front of Iolani Palace
(364 S King St, Honolulu, HI 96813, USA) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.