Hawaii Attractions

There's always something to do or see in the Aloha State. Spend some time with the dolphins, immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture, or explore an active volcano up close. Our Hawaii attractions are thrilling, educational and a good time for all.

Dolphin Quest
Frolic with a dolphin in shallow waters at Dolphin Quest. Spend time learning from professional trainers, then meet your dolphin and get ready for fun! The company will record your experience on a DVD and you'll leave with incredible memories. Learn more...

Address: 425 Waikoloa Beach Dr., Waikoloa, HI 96738 - MAP
Phone: (808) 886-2875
Web: www.dolphinquest.com

East Hawaii Cultural Center
Live and breathe the Hawaiian culture at the East Hawaii Cultural Center. The attraction is the pulse of the Polynesian culture, and hosts public galleries and art exhibits, music festivals, dance festivals and the popular Aloha Saturdays in the Park series. Learn more...

Address: 141 Kalakaua St., Hilo, HI 96720 - MAP
Phone: (808) 961-5711
Web: www.ehcc.org

Lyman Museum
The natural history of Hawaii and its cultural diversity is explored and celebrated at the Lyman Museum. View attractions in the Earth Heritage Gallery to learn about the natural flora and fauna of the area, and the Island Heritage Gallery to learn about the timeline of the native people. Learn more...

Address: 276 Haili St., Hilo, HI 96720-2978 - MAP
Phone: (808) 935-5021
Web: www.lymanmuseum.org

Lyman Museum
Learn about the culture that encompasses the Hawaiian Islands as you explore the Polynesian Cultural Center. Enjoy a tour of gorgeous Oahu, experience an authentic luau, and see a breathtaking show of Polynesian dance, music, and storytelling. The Polynesian Cultural Center gives you the opportunity to discover the history and beauty of Hawaii.

Address: 55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie, HI 96762 - MAP
Phone: (800) 367-7060
Web: www.polynesia.com

Thomas A. Jaggar Museum
Get a up-close view of an active volcano at the Thomas A. Jaggar Museum. The museum is next to the US Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, where government scientists and experts study volcanoes and forewarn the public of imminent eruptions.

Address: Volcanoes National Park, Volcano, Island of Hawaii, HI 96718 - MAP
Phone: (808) 985-6000
Web: www.nps.gov

Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum
Take a sweet tour through the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum, where you'll learn about Hawaii's economic beginnings as a sugar cane mecca. You'll see displays of equipment, as well as exhibits and attractions that chronicle the cultural development of Hawaiian plantations. Learn more...

Address: 3957 Hansen Rd., Kahului, HI 96732 - MAP
Phone: (808) 871-8058
Web: www.sugarmuseum.com

World Botanical Gardens
View a spectacular triple-tiered waterfall at the World Botanical Gardens, located at the site of a former sugar-cane plantation. A rainforest walk and garden climb are just a couple of attractions that add a new dimension to a gorgeous botanical garden experience. Learn more...

Address: 16 Mile Marker, Honomu, HI 96728 - MAP
Phone: (808) 963-5427
Web: www.worldbotanicalgardens.com

ARTS at Marks Garage
Watch art as it happens at ARTS at Marks Garage, a mix of gallery, performance and office space for artists and their collaborators. Visiting exhibits and open-calls for themed displays have made this attraction a huge success in the art world. Learn more...

Address: 1159 Nu`uanu Ave., Honolulu HI 96817 - MAP
Phone: (808) 521-2903
Web: www.hawaiiartsalliance.org

Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
Celebrate Polynesian culture at the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. The extensive collection includes more than 13 million specimens. This museum attraction is the largest natural and cultural history institution in the Pacific Rim and among the largest in the world. Learn more...

Address: 1525 Bernice St., Honolulu, HI 96817 - MAP
Phone: (808) 847-3511
Web: www.bishopmuseum.org

Pacific Aviation Museum
Salute the eternal heroes that were serving the U.S. during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The Pacific Aviation Museum includes a tour of the surviving hangar, a 12-minute film, and exhibits and attractions that show how the U.S. military and life in Hawaii evolved during World War II. Learn more...

Address: 319 Lexington Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96818 - MAP
Phone: (808) 441-1000
Web: www.pacificaviationmuseum.org

Contemporary Museum
Visit the undisputed home of contemporary art on the Hawaiian islands at the Contemporary Museum. Works by such notable luminaries like Mark Tobey, Richard Tuttle and Andy Warhol are housed here. Learn more...

Address: 2411 Makiki Heights Dr., Honolulu, HI 96822 - MAP
Phone: (808) 526-1322
Web: www.tcmhi.org