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Honolulu Hale Tours and Tickets

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The Honolulu Municipal Building doesn’t have quite the ring of Honolulu Hale—though they are one and the same. The Hale, which means house in Hawaiian, is home Oahu’s city hall— government offices including the chambers of the Mayor and the Honolulu City Council. The Spanish Colonial Revival building—a popular style in Honolulu in the 1920s—was completed in 1928, and, in addition to being interesting architecturally, hosts regular city and public functions including the popular annual Honolulu City Lights. Each December since the mid 1980s, a giant 21-foot “Shaka Santa” (that is, Santa flashing his one-handed shaka sign) and Tutu Mele (Mrs. Claus) adorn the building’s fountain pool accompanied by a flurry of colored light displays and lawn ornaments. The public is welcomed inside the building to walk amongst ornately-decorated and -themed Christmas trees, which are judged for their creativity; original artwork from area school children lines the walls. The building is a place of community pride—occasionally lit with commemorative colors (pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month; red, white and blue for Independence Day) and on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Open Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm
530 S King St, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 96813
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Honolulu Downtown Walking Tour

Honolulu Downtown Walking Tour

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Welcome to Hawaii’s ONLY free tour created by and operated by locals! On this guided walking tour, you will learn about the history of Hawaii and see some of the 50th State’s renowned landmarks. Meet us at the King Kamehameha Statue in Downtown Honolulu and embark on a journey with one of our friendly, informative local tour guides. You will leave the tour with a better understanding of the true spirit of aloha rooted in Hawaiian history and orally passed down through generations from the ancient tribal Hawaiian times to the sugar plantation period to its current status as the world-renowned paradise destination on everyone’s bucket list!
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  • 1 hour 10 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Pearl Harbor - USS Arizona - Honolulu City Tour

Pearl Harbor - USS Arizona - Honolulu City Tour

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Combine visits to downtown Honolulu, Pearl Harbor, and the USS Arizona during a half-day tour departing from Waikiki or Kahala. In a climate-controlled tour vehicle, travel between the area's disbursed landmarks, spending time listening to your guide's informative commentary at each. Round-trip transportation from Waikiki and Kahala hotels provided.
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Private Oahu Full Circle Island Tour From Waikiki

Private Oahu Full Circle Island Tour From Waikiki

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Based on the fact that all of our tours are private, you go at your own pace and go where you want to, when you want to. Want to skip something? No problem! Want to go somewhere different? No worries! Our tour guides and vehicles provide a welcome change to traditional bus tours that last the entire day and stick to cookie-cutter itineraries. If you're looking for something more custom and unique, this exclusive Full Circle Island Tour From Waikiki is the perfect way to experience Oahu in one day, creating memories that'll last a lifetime!
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  • 6 hours
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Stars and Stripes Tour

Stars and Stripes Tour

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Combine visits to three of Oahu's important landmarks, each honoring significant events in American history: the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, the Battleship Missouri, and the USS Arizona Memorial. This 8-hour tour allows you to see all three sites, with transportation in between, in addition to a tour of downtown Honolulu. Pickup and drop-off at selected hotels included.
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  • 7 hours
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Pearl Harbor Arizona, Missouri and City Tour w/ Lunch
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Pearl Harbor Arizona, Missouri and City Tour w/ Lunch

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Explore the sites of Pearl Harbor and downtown Honolulu on this tour from Waikiki. YYou'll board the USS Missouri, visit the USS Arizona Memorial and the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center to learn about the rich history of WWII. Plus, enjoy a sightseeing tour of Honolulu to see attractions such as the King Kamehameha Statue and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl Cemetery).
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Day Trip From Kona to Oahu: Pearl Harbor & Honolulu City
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Day Trip From Kona to Oahu: Pearl Harbor & Honolulu City

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On this day trip from the Big Island to Oahu and Pearl Harbor, experience the site of the Japanese attack that shook an entire nation, and stand in the spot on the USS 'Missouri' where the Japanese eventually surrendered. You’ll later experience historic sites in downtown Honolulu, from the gorgeous Westminster Abbey of the Pacific to America’s only royal palace. This moving Pearl Harbor tour from Kona concludes with a visit to Punchbowl Cemetery before heading back to the Big Island that night.
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Day Trip From Lihue to Oahu: Pearl Harbor & Honolulu City
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Day Trip From Lihue to Oahu: Pearl Harbor & Honolulu City

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See Oahu’s historic sites and scenic highlights on a full-day trip from Kauai that includes Pearl Harbor, Honolulu and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl. Travel through the poignant WWII-era history of the Hawaiian Islands, from the 1941 attack on the USS Arizona to the 1945 armistice signing aboard the USS Missouri. Get a glimpse of Oahu’s royal and colonial past in downtown Honolulu then reflect on aisles of gravestones and the heartrending “courts of the missing,” a remarkable memorial to soldiers lost in the war.
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Honolulu Hale hours of operation: Open Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.