Can pick up a map at the Visitors and Information center for cultural and artistic exhibits on campus and around town. Also 1 hr. tours of campus available including art gallery and Eas-West Center. There is also a nice Japanese Garden on campus, behind the Thomas Jefferson Hall with streams, stone latterns and waterfalls.
Address: Corner of University
Bus: 55 to corner of King and Alakea, then City A express to corner of University and Dole
Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri (for tours)
Non profit center (supposedly), with life size interactive exhibits. Can make reservations for children's birthdays.
Address: 111 Ohe St. Kakaako
(across from Makai Gateway Park)
Bus: 55 to Bishop St.
Hours: Tues-Fri 9-1pm, Sat 10-3pm
Price: $8 adults, $6.75 children (ages 2-17)
It is a large shopping area with free mini classes for Hula, lei making and quilting. Little Hawaiian Craft shop found on third floor of building B.Unlike other Waikiki shops that have souvenirs typically made in the Phillipines, this one has real Hawaiian made crafts (926-2662).
Address: 2201 Kalakaua Avenue
Bus: Bus 55 toAla moana then take bus 19 or 20. It stops right in front of the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center.
Hours:Mon and Fri hula from 10-11am
Wed Lei making from 11-12 noon
Tues and Thurs Hawaiian Quilting from 9:30-11:30am.
A historical journey in a 4 masted ship. See humpback whale skeleton, a Polynesian sailing canoe, a boathouse museum, dine & shop etc.Cost about $7.50 adults $4.50 children. For more information call: 536-6373
All you can eat seafood. Free meal on you birthday with photo ID.
Address: 1910 Ala Moana blvd across from Hawaiian villages
In Waikiki shopping plaza 3rd floor. Art show every Friday night.
In a garden setting, all you can eat and drink. Including meats, seafood, pasta, salad, and desert for lunch and dinner. Also at Waikiki coral sea hotel. Ocean side of Kalakaua
Hours: Breakfast 5.50, lunch 6.50, dinner 9.50
Address: 2380 Kuhio Ave