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Beach Review of Hawaii Maritime Center

Away Travel Expert: Christine Loomis
BeachExpert Rating 3.0 out of 5
BeachExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • The Hawaii Maritime Center is open daily and it's a stop on the Waikiki Trolley. Kids five and younger ride for free.
  • Check out the replica of a Polynesian sailing canoe; four-mast, fully rigged ship; and skeletons of a humpback whale and 1,805-pound marlin. Teens will be drawn to the surfboard collection and video clips of old-time surfing "greats."
  • The Polynesians first traveled the Pacific since some 1,500 years before the Europeans arrived.
This center is the sister institution to the stellar Bishop Museum, an exemplary facility of Hawaiian history and culture.


Address:
Pier 7 (next to Aloha Tower), Honolulu Harbor
Honolulu, Hawaii
Parking: Daily 9am-5pm
Price: Admission $8.50; Children 4 - 12 $5.50; children Under 3 free; Seniors $7; Kama'aina (local residents)/Military $7; Kama'aina/Military Child $5; Audio tour included in English, Japanese, Korean


Visitor Information


Telephone Number: 808/523-6151
Transportation: Free transportation provided by the Hilo Hattie/Dole Cannery tour bus; The Waikiki Trolley makes frequent scheduled stops at Pier 7 or take City Bus #19 or #20 Airport
Price Information: Admission $8.50; Children 4 - 12 $5.50; children Under 3 free; Seniors $7; Kama'aina (local residents)/Military $7; Kama'aina/Military Child $5; Audio tour included in English, Japanese, Korean
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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