Explore Historic Places In Honolulu

Explore Historic Places In Honolulu

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Explore the beauty and intrigue of historic Honolulu on your own time with our curated guide to the best famous sights and landmarks.

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    First built in 1879, the Palace was a symbol of promise for the Hawaiian Kingdom built by King David Kalakaua, it is now known as a national Historic Landmark for being the only Palace in the US. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    If you are there near dusk look in the trees and you should notice hundreds of wild parrots. -- The Bitten via Foursquare
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    The largest church in Hawaii with an annointed pastor Wayne Cordeiro is hilarious and easy to understand. Have an Empowered Day! : ) -- 👑 @coryjim 👑 via Foursquare
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    It's literally made of coral! Check out the plaque to the right of the entrance for the amazing story of how it was built! -- Erin Boucher via Foursquare
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    Come and check out EMERGE, our Saturday night youth service! Then check out EMERGE HONOLULU for their Sunday morning service at 9am! -- Yung Vibe via Foursquare
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    Great way to end the tour. Lots of WWII memorabilia. The beer is relatively new. Tried their dark brew. Very good. -- Mike Simek via Foursquare
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    Formally dedicated in 1843, this building is made out of coral blocks that were brought from the Kaka‘ako shores. The clock that sits on the back wall of the church is the oldest clock in Hawaii. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    The 1st services of the church were held in 1862. This is one of 3 cathedrals on the Hawaiian Islands & was named after St. Andrew when King Kamehameha IV died before ground breaking. -- HISTORY via Foursquare
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    Definitely one of Hawaiian architectural gems. If you saw Pearl Harbor movie, you would know where the film makers had taken house designs from. -- Albert Do via Foursquare
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    Tour buses can only drive by -- Anna R via Foursquare
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    A 12 minute walk from the ELS Center, the Aloha Tower provides 360 degree views of the ocean, mountains and city. And, it's free! -- ELS Language Centers via Foursquare
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    BON DANCE: Aug. 16 - 17, 2013. Hawaii Eisa Shinyuu Kai will be performing both nights. -- Michael Ching via Foursquare
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