Whether you enjoy watching the art of traditional hula, music, or visiting the island’s wildlife, there’s something for everyone to enjoy while visiting Oahu.
A stroll down Kalakaua will take you to the Waikiki Aquarium, the oldest aquarium in the United States, where you can check out coral, green sea turtles, Hawaiian monk seals and other Hawaiian marine life.Get Directions
This is a great place to bring the kids. Swim with the dolphins, sea lions and rays at this interactive park showcasing the beautiful creatures of the sea. Sealife Park also has one of the best luaus on the island. Buy tickets in advance.Get Directions
Visit the wild side of Waikiki with a visit to the 14-acre Honolulu Zoo as the edge of Waikiki. The zoo features an impressive collection of birds, mammals, and plants from around the world with enclosures mimicking natural animal habitats.Get Directions
Featuring inspiring and rotating exhibits, the Honolulu Museum of Art is a hub for visual arts, films and videos, performing arts and public programs. ARTafterDARK, a monthly event, is held on the last Friday of the month, January through October, from 6 to 9pm.Get Directions
Celebrate Hawaiian culture at sunset on beautiful Kuhio Beach in Waikiki. The torch lighting ceremony and hula dance performances go on several nights a week at the Kuhio Beach Hula Mound.Get Directions
Take a drive to see the world-famous Dole Food Company’s Pineapple Plantation, which features historic tours, pineapple cutting demonstrations, gift shop, restaurant, fruit juice stand and the world’s largest (and fun!) maze.Get Directions
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