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  • USS Arizona Memorial/WW II Valor in the Pacific National MonumentAttractions » Historic Landmarks1 Arizona Memorial Place, 96818View siteThe USS Arizona Memorial is a memorial in Pearl Harbor in Honolulu the capitol of Hawaii. The memorial commemorates the sinking of the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 which led to US entering World War 2 on the side of the Allies. Over 1000 sailors on board the USS Arizona died. It commemorates the valor of all WW2 veterans who lived and died in the subsequent fighting. It was dedicated in 1962 in the Pacific National Monument park and receives over 1.5 million visitors every single year. For the last 70 years the USS Arizona has been slowly leaking oil sometimes referred to as "tears of the USS Arizona" remembering those who died.
  • Hanauma Bay Nature PreserveAttractions » Parks & Nature7455 Kalaniana'ole Hwy, 96825View siteThe Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve is located on the island of Oahu in Hawaii, a short drive east of Honolulu. On display is a variety of sea life native to the Pacific Ocean. A large cave-like education center is built in harmony with the surrounding trees, a favorite with tourists and school children who delight in exploring the many exhibits. Classes are held here, as well as displays of Hawaiian art. A beautiful beach faces Koko Head, featuring an information kiosk and lifeguards. Visitors can stroll along the shore or ride the tram. The entire preserve is accessible to the handicapped, and beach wheelchairs are provided so everyone can enjoy the ocean.
  • Manoa FallsAttractions » Sports & Outdoor ActivitiesEnd of Manoa Road, 96822Manoa Falls In Honolulu, HI is located at 3860 Manoa Rd Honolulu, HI 96822. If you like to hike, then this is a great adventure to take. The natural beauty of Hawaii's plant life can be seen as you hike up the Manoa Falls in Honolulu Hi. Be prepared to wear hiking footwear, as these particular trails in Hawaii are part of the rainforest. Therefore, the ground can be slick. Along your way to the top, take in the beauty of the region. Once you arrive at the top of the trail, you well be rewarded with a spectacular 150 foot waterfall. This view will make you glad you came. For more information, contact tour guides available on the island.
  • Ala Moana Beach ParkAttractions » Parks & Nature1201 Ala Moana BlvdView siteAla Moana Beach Park, Oahu is located at 1201 Ala Moana Boulevard. The park, free to the public, gives beach goers a viable option to Waikiki beach. Local people often choose this beach to avoid the tourist activity. The park is situated on 100 acres. The landscaping is pristine with banyan and palm trees throughout. The amenities at the park allow for a great day. You can hold beach parties, barbecues and picnics. Visitors to Ala Moana Beach Park can be seen jogging, sunbathing, swimming, surfing and playing a myriad of games. There is a concession stand for quick snacks and restrooms with showers. There are lifeguards on duty to protect the safety of the swimmers. The famous Ala Moana Shopping center is located across the street.
  • Pearl HarborAttractions » Historic Landmarks850 Ticonderoga St, 96818View sitePearl Harbor is a historic memorial tour site located in Oahu, Hawaii. The site pays respect to the fallen sailors and heroes who died aboard the USS Arizona and several other vessels during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack by the Japanese. Each year, millions of visitors tour the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park, the USS Missouri, and the wreckage of the USS Arizona, which was one of the first ships hit in the Pearl Harbor attacks. 1,177 sailors were entombed inside the ship after it exploded. The Pearl Harbor site is also home to the Pacific Aviation Museum, which features a number of historical artifacts, aircrafts and exhibits, flight simulators, murals and displays. The museum has an aviator themed restaurant, and a gift shop where visitors can purchase a wide range of souvenirs. Admission is $14 for adults and $7 for children.
  • Waikiki BeachAttractions » Sports & Outdoor ActivitiesKalakaua Blvd, 96815A visit to the Island of Oahu would not be complete without stopping by famous Waikiki Beach. The beach is right in the middle of Honolulu and is popular with locals and tourists alike. The beach offers some of the best surfing around, whether you are an experienced surfer or just a beginner, you are sure to enjoy yourself surfing. Waikiki beach also has a lot of restaurants and bars and is a perfect place to relax. A lot of people love to take their children to the beach, where they can enjoy the sun and surf. Remember to exercise caution in the water, and to wear a lot of sunblock.
  • National Cemetery of the PacificAttractions » Parks & Nature2177 Puowaina Drive, 96813View siteThe National Cemetery of the Pacific located on the island of Oahu is the only national cemetery in Hawaii. It is the burial place for tens of thousands of US military veterans. The cemetery was first opened in 1949 as a much needed burial space for war dead from the Pacific Theater combat fighting of World War Two. Over 13,000 World War Two veterans who died in the war were laid to rest in the National Cemetery of the Pacific. There are currently 32 different veterans laid to rest in the cemetery from WW2, the Korean War, and Vietnam War who were awarded the Medal of Honor for bravery above the call of duty. Each year over 5 million people come to visit the National Cemetery of the Pacific and pay their respects to the dead or to look out over the panoramic views displayed from the top grounds.
  • Honolulu ZooAttractions » Zoos & Aquariums151 Kapahulu Ave, 96815The Honolulu Zoo is operated by the city and county of Honolulu Hawaii. It is located on Waikiki land and belongs to the Kapiolani Charitable Trust. This spectacular attraction is open daily from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. The 220 acres of Kapiolani Park is a place of natural beauty. The zoo houses a variety of mammals, such as the reticulated Giraffe, Ring-tailed Lemur, and Black-Handed Spider Monkey. They also have a large selection of birds, such as the Bleeding Heart Dove, African Comb Duck, and the Japanese White-Eye. Their selection of reptiles and amphibians are like no other. The Asian/Rock Burmese Python is a hit with children and adults alike. This zoo is also home to a lush variety of tropical plants, trees, shrubs, and palms. The Honolulu Zoo also offers opportunities for volunteers to come and experience all that they have to offer.
  • Diamond HeadAttractions » Parks & NatureDiamond Head Road at 18th Ave, 96815View siteThe most famous feature of the Hawaiian Islands, Diamond Head is a tall hill that dominates the skyline in the island of Oahu. It sits directly behind hotel row on Waikiki Beach. This is an ancient volcanic cone that is a favorite place for hikers and photographers. At an altitude of over 700 feet, visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of Honolulu and the surrounding Pacific Ocean. The native Hawaiians call it Le'Ahi, and a mostly-unpaved trail takes hikers to the rim. The United States Coast Guard built a lighthouse on Diamond Head in 1917, which today is a historic site.
  • Paradise Cove LuauAttractions » Theaters, Shows & Events92-1089 Alii Nui Drive, 96707View site Paradise Cove symbolizes the true experience that is Hawaii. It is located on the beautiful island of Oahu and is one of the most popular luau locations on the island. Locals share the Hawaiian culture through dance, food and customs held by its people for thousands of years. The Paradise Cove Luau is performed on a nightly basis by some of the most talented dancers in the business. Long hours and hard work have produced a fire show that dazzles and defies human ability. Movements are synchronized in amazing fashion and even capture attention during more subdued portions of the show. Visitors can purchase a variety of Luau packages that include games, tours, arts and crafts and much more. Prices range from as little as $68 for children to $153 for adults. There is no refund for reservations booked online or reservations cancelled within 24 hours. The Paradise Cove Luau is Hawaiian culture at its best.
  • USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & ParkAttractions » Museums11 Arizona Memorial Drive, 96818The USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park in Honolulu, Hawaii showcases the history of submarines within the United States during World War Two. Visitors to the museum and park are given audio tours through a digital audio player. The audio tour walks them through the USS Bowfin submarine museum explaining through narration, eyewitness testimony, and sound what it was like for sailors to eat, sleep, and work on board the submarine. The audio tour also walks visitors through the 10,000 square foot museum located in the park which features hundreds of artifacts like photos, flags, paintings, weaponry, and scale to size models of submarines. Outside in the park is the memorial on the waterfront which memorializes the 52 lost submarines from WW2 and the over 3500 crew members who lost their lives. Admission to the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park is currently $10 for adults for both tours.
  • Bishop MuseumAttractions » Museums1525 Bernice Street, 96817View site The Bishop Museum In Honolulu, HI is the best place to be for those that want to learn about the historical, and prehistorical, facts for Hawai'i and the Pacific Islands. Items have been collected during the last 120 years by well known scientist and now there are 24.7 million items that can be seen. Over 1.3 million cultural artifacts are there, and more than 22.3 million plant and animal specimens can also be seen there. That includes some specimens of plant and animal life that are now extinct. Visitors are welcomed and there's plenty of space available for parking. Museum members that make a monthly donation have free admission. Adult admission is $19.95. Admission for those that are 65 and over is $16.95. Admission for children that are 4 to 12 years old is $14.95. For children that are 3 and under, admission is free. The Bishop Museum in Honolulu, HI is open from Wednesday to Monday, from 9am to 5pm. The musuem is closed every Tuesday, and on Christmas.
  • Germaine's LuauAttractions » Theaters, Shows & Events444 Hobron Lane, 96815Located near the Sea life park in Oahu Hawaii, Germaine's Luau is a tourist attraction all it's own. When it comes to being one of the original luau's in Hawaii, Germaine's Luau offers tourists genuine cultural food and entertainment. From the beginning of the experience, visitors will be presented with fire dancers and the traditional Kalua Pig. this event has been known to be highly non traditional and more like a backyard get together. The Hawaiian cultural offered to visitors is filled with originally choreographed shows that have been created by hula master John Piilani Watkins.When it comes to choosing a Hawaiian attraction, the Germaine's Luau tends to be at the top of the list with royal processions and an extravaganza of dance and music that will forever be unforgettable.
  • Iolani PalaceAttractions » Historic Landmarks364 South King Street, 96813View siteThe Iolani Palace is a unique and fascinating place for anyone to visit. This national historical landmark, located in the capitol district, in the city of Honolulu, is the only palace in the U.S that was used as an official residence. In 1978, the state of Hawaii restored the palace and turned it into a museum. The Iolani Palace gives visitors a glimpse into history, including what native Hawaiians wore at the time, as well as traditions and customs. There is also a basement gallery which includes Royal collections. Children and adults will enjoy learning about the rich Hawaiian traditions and culture. Anyone wanting to visit the palace should note that they are open Monday-Saturday 9:00 am-4:00 pm.
  • Oahu DivingTours » Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours377 Keahole, 96825View site
  • Ala Moana CenterShopping » Shops & Malls1450 Ala Moana Boulevard, 96814
  • Makapuu Lighthouse TrailAttractions » Sports & Outdoor ActivitiesNear the Hawaii Kai Golf Course on Kalanianaole Highway
  • Discover Hawaii Day ToursTours » Sightseeing Tours96830View site
  • Wal-Mart Keeaumoku StoreShopping » Shops & Malls750 Keeamoku St, 96814
  • Still and Moving CenterAttractions » Other1024 Queen Street, 96814View site
  • US Army Museum of HawaiiAttractions » Museums2131 Kalia Road, 96815View site
  • Oahu Spot Tours, LLCTours » Sightseeing ToursKalanianiole Highway, 96821View site
  • Ward CentreShopping » Shops & Malls1200 Ala Moana Boulevard
  • Blue Hawaiian HelicoptersTours » Sightseeing Tours99 Kaulele Place
  • Waikiki Beach WalkShopping » Shops & MallsLewers Street
  • Honolulu Academy of ArtsAttractions » Museums900 S Berentania Street, 96814
  • Hook up SurfingTours » Cruises, Sailing & Water ToursWaikikiView site
  • Diamond Head Market & GrillShopping » Shops & Malls3158 Monsarrat Ave, 96815
  • Fort DeRussyAttractions » Parks & Nature96815
  • Honolulu Scuba CompanyTours » Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours670 Auahi St, 96813
  • Fabric MartShopping » Shops & Malls1631 Kalakaua Ave, 96826View site
  • Lyon ArboretumAttractions » Parks & Nature3860 Manoa Rd, 96822View site
  • Center Ring DivingTours » Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours1687A Kalauokalani WayView site
  • International MarketplaceShopping » Shops & Malls2330 Kalakaua Avenue
  • Kaimana BeachAttractions » Sports & Outdoor ActivitiesKalakaua Avenue, 96815
  • Hawaiian Style Rentals and ToursTours » Sightseeing Tours2556 Lemon Road, 96815View site
  • Snorkel Bob's OahuShopping » Shops & Malls702 Kapahulu Avenue, 96816View site
  • Kapiolani ParkAttractions » Parks & Nature3902 Paki Ave, 96815View site
  • Oahu Private Scuba Diving ToursTours » Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours1778 Ala Moana Blvd, 96830View site
  • Foodland Ala MoanaShopping » Shops & Malls1450 Ala Moana Blvd, 96814View site
  • Reef Pirates DivingTours » Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours279 Puuhale Road, 96825View site
  • Waikiki Community Center Farmers MarketShopping » Shops & Malls310 Paoakalani Avenue, HI 96815View site
  • Home of the Brave ToursTours » Sightseeing ToursView site
  • Menehune Mac Factory Gift CenterShopping » Shops & Malls707-A Waiakamilo Road
  • Oahu Photography ToursTours » Sightseeing Tours217 Koko Isle Cir, 96825View site
  • Honolulu Cookie Company Hilton Hawaiian VillageShopping » Shops & Malls2005 Kalia Road, 96815View site
  • Puu Ualakaa State ParkAttractions » Parks & NatureRound Hill Drive
  • Three Friends Stand Up Paddle AdventuresTours » Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours96816View site
  • Waikiki Shopping PlazaShopping » Shops & Malls2250 Kalakaua Ave, HI 96815View site
  • Aloha Private ToursTours » Sightseeing Tours1555 Wilder Ave #2, 96822View site

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