Hawaiian Mission Houses Tour: Visit three restored houses, two of which are the oldest houses in Hawaii. Here, you'll learn about the research archives which provide a unique glimpse into 19th century Hawaii, both on site and online. Hawaiian Mission Houses was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1965.
Iolani Palace Tour: A self-guided audio tour inside a true Hawaiian treasure – Iolani Palace – awaits. This is the only royal palace in the United States and was the official residence of the Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs, King Kalakaua, who built the palace in 1882, and his sister and successor, Queen Lili'uokalani.
Sightseeing: Stop at Pali Lookout for pictures. Drive by Hawaii’s sacred Royal Mausoleum, Mauna ‘Ala. Walk by Kawaiha’o Church to King Kamehameha statue for pictures.
Requirements & Restrictions: Guests must be able to take a few steps (up/down) and walk short distances. The following are not permitted in the palace: flash photography, videotaping, audio recording, tripods and extended lenses.
What to Bring: Cash or credit/debit card for additional purchases.
Good to Know: Iolani Palace is located on sacred land. Bathing suits and profane t-shirts are unsuitable for visitors to Iolani Palace. Showing excessive skin is inappropriate. Shirts and shoes are required. For the protection of the objects, large bags and umbrellas are prohibited inside Iolani Palace. Guests may take still photos inside the palace and gallery. Iolani Palace is closed on Sundays.