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ARIZONA MEMORIAL
USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center, National Park Service, Pearl Harbor 808-422-0561
This famous white floating memorial was built to remember the 1,102 men who died when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. The tour includes a 20-minute documentary

ALOHA TOWER MARKETPLACE
101 Ala Moana Blvd., at Piers 8, 9, and 10  808-528-5700
This double-decker mall adjacent to Honolulu Harbor has shops, indoor and outdoor restaurants, and live entertainment. The observation deck offers a fabulous view of the harbor.

BISHOP MUSEUM
1525 Bernice St. 808-848-4129
Founded in 1889, the museum began with royal possessions, but it is now world-famous for its displays of the best of Polynesia. There is also a planetarium in the museum.

CHINATOWN
King St., between Smith and River Sts.
This historic neighborhood has everything from art galleries to Chinese and Thai restaurants. An open-air market completes the scene, making this one of the best Chinatowns in the country.

HANAUMA BAY
7455 Kalanianaole Hwy.  808-396-4229
This overlook is one of the most beautiful spots in Hawaii, and the view covers the whole bay. Visitors can even see the reefs through the clear waters, as well as crowds of snorkelers.

HAWAII IMAX THEATER
325 Seaside Ave 808-923-4629
With a screen five stories high and 70 feet wide, this theater presents incredible movie experiences. All-digital stereo sound enhances the experience even more. Kids will love the family-friendly films.

HAWAII MARITIME CENTER
Pier 7, Ala Moana Blvd. 808-536-6373
The main exhibits of this center focus on Hawaii's whaling days, the history of Honolulu Harbor, the Clipper seaplane, and surfing and wind-surfing in Hawaii. A century-old ship serves as part of the working museum, as does a reproduction of the ancient Hawaiian ships.

HAWAII'S PLANTATION VILLAGE
94-695 Waipahu St., Waipahu 808-677-0110
This plantation is full of authentic furnishings from Hawaii's plantation period. Asian art and architecture are the stars of the show, along with many interesting antiques and relics.

HONOLULU ZOO
151 Kapahulu Ave.  808-971-7171
Noted for its incredible beauty, this zoo offers more than just a look at animals. During the summer months, the zoo produces free programs of singing, dancing and island entertainment.

IOLANI PALACE
King and Richards Sts.  808-522-0832
Built in 1882, "America's only royal residence" has been beautifully restored. Guided tours reveal everything from throne rooms to meeting halls.

KODAK HULA SHOW
2805 Monsarrat Ave.  808-627-3379
This free one-hour presentation is one of the most popular attractions in Hawaii. Dancing, music and all sorts of traditional entertainment create a wonderful show.

MOANALUA GARDENS
1401 Mahiole St.  808-833-1944
This lovely park is the site of a major hula festival during the summer. It is also a great place to visit for hiking, walking and enjoying the beauty of Hawaii.

POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTER
55-370 Kamehameha Hwy., Laie  808-293-3333
Hawaii, Tahiti, Samoa, Fiji, the Marquesas, New Zealand and Tonga are all represented in this wonderful center. Shows, demonstrations, IMAX films, shopping and handicrafts complete the experience. This is a great place for families to go, especially for the two-hour nightly show.

SACRED FALLS
Kamehameha Hwy., Hauula
A two-mile hike leads visitors to an 80-foot-high waterfall, which is one of Hawaii's greatest natural landmarks. Visitors can swim beneath the falls in a clear pool.

SEA LIFE PARK
Kalanianaole Hwy., Waimanalo  808-259-7933
This marine park has everything from dolphins to whales to penguins. A 300,000-gallon Hawaiian reef tank is one of the highlights, as is The Pacific Whaling Museum. The location itself is breathtaking.

U.S. ARMY MUSEUM
Ft. DeRussy, Bldg. 32, Kalia Rd.  808-438-2821
This museum at Ft. DeRussy includes a great collection of war materials, with a big focus on World War II. The exhibits also include Hawaiian weapons.

WAHIAWA BOTANICAL GARDENS
1396 California Ave., Wahiawa  808-621-7321
More than 27 acres of unique plants and flowers fill this lovely garden. The garden is incredibly peaceful and many of its plants are stunning.

DOLE PINEAPPLE PAVILION
64-1550 Kamehameha Hwy.  808-621-8408
This center is dedicated to the pineapple, and it is a wonderful stop on a tour of the island. Exhibits, an enormous plantation gift shop, a restaurant and a tram tour of a field complete the pavilion.

WAIKIKI AQUARIUM
2777 Kalakaua Ave.  808-923-9741
More than 300 different types of Pacific and Hawaiian marine life are on display here, including a giant clam. Many exhibits and movies complement the interesting creatures.

WAIMEA VALLEY
59-864 Kamehameha Hwy., Haleiwa  808-638-8511
This 1,800-acre attraction features a look at early Hawaiian life in the midst of an impressive garden that has more than 2,500 species of plants. Visitors can watch amazing cliff dives and participate in less dangerous Hawaiian games.


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