Hilton Hawaiian Village® Waikiki Beach Resort
U.S.S. Arizona Memorial - Pearl Harbor
The U.S.S. Arizona Memorial Visitor Center chronicles the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. On that day, more than 2,400 Americans lost their lives in the harbor. Today, the 184-foot Arizona Memorial spans the hull of the sunken ship. The Visitor Center shuttles visitors by boat to the Memorial.
Battleship Missouri Memorial - Pearl Harbor
While visiting Pearl Harbor, you can also tour the Battleship Missouri Memorial, the home of the most celebrated battleship built by the U.S. Navy. Stroll the 53,000-square-foot teak deck and relive history on the Surrender Deck, where World War II came to a close.
Completed in 1882, Iolani Palace is the only Royal Palace in the United States and was restored several years ago. It was the residence of King David Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani. Today it welcomes guests to tour the grand residence of Hawaiian royalty. Iolani Palace is located in Honolulu.
Featuring the world's foremost collection of Polynesian cultural and historical artifacts, the Bishop Museum is recognized as the pre-eminent museum of the Pacific. This is a must-see cultural experience for those interested in Hawaiiana and Polynesian history. Its galleries display and interpret artifacts and customs from Polynesia, Micronesia and Melanesia and describe Hawaiian culture and history in detail. A daily planetarium show explains how ancient Polynesians navigated by the stars. The Bishop Museum is located in Honolulu.
Lions, rhinos, giraffes and other African species are just a few of the featured animals in the "African Savannah" on a 10-acre preserve. The Honolulu Zoo offers after-dark "Zoo By Moonlight" tours and Wednesday night concerts during the summer months.
Explore the aquatic life of the tropical Pacific! The Waikiki Aquarium offers interactive exhibits and features a Hawaiian reef tank and a touch tank for children. This aquarium features more than 420 species of aquatic animals and plants to explore.
Diamond Crater & Scenic Lookout
Explore one of Hawaii's most distinctive natural landmarks. Just minutes from central Waikiki is the Diamond Head Crater & Lookout offering views of Molokai and Lanai on a clear day. Hike to the summit, which is 763 feet high, and enjoy one of the most breathtaking views of Waikiki.
Nu'uanu Pali Lookout
The Nu'uanu Pali Lookout offers one of the most breathtaking panoramic views of the sheer cliffs of the Ko'olau mountains and the Windward coast of Oahu. Set 3,000 feet above the coastline, this spot is where Kamehameha won the struggle that united the Islands under one rule in 1795.