Historic Iolani Palace- Home to Hawaiian Royalty
Once the official home of Hawaii's King Kalakaua and his sister and successor Queen Liliuokalani, Iolani Palace is a marvel of opulence, innovation and political intrigue. Situated in downtown Honolulu, this National Historic Landmark transports visitors back to the Victorian Era and a time where Polynesian traditions met the modern era.Discover the unique history of the mansion and its royal residents with a guided or self-guided tour of the palace, wander the stunning grounds and explore galleries of art, antique furnishings, historic photos, and other artifacts.Explore the history of the mansion, from its beginnings as a royal residence in 1882 and its use as a prison in 1895 to becoming the headquarters for the Provisional Government and its transformation to a beloved national heritage site.
Prices -Self-guided tours are $14.75 adults; $6 kids. Decent-guided tours are $21.75 adults; $6 kids. Children under 5 years enter free.
Hours -Open from 9am-4pm, Monday- Saturday. Last ticket sold at 3:45pm.
- Royal Hawaiian Band Concerts
- Weddings & Private Parties
- Guided Tours
- Group Tours
- Hawaiian Quiltmaking Classes
- Art & Antique Collections
- Palace Shop