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Only on the All-Inclusive PassThis attraction is available on the All-Inclusive Pass, but not the Explorer Pass.
Booking requiredThis attraction requires advanced booking.
What you'll do
Explore Hawaii’s royal past with a visit to Iolani Palace – the only official state residence of royalty in the United States.
Visit Iolani Palace with Go City®
- Admission to the former royal palace
- Self-led audio tour
- See original artifacts, furniture, and more
What You Can Expect to See at the Iolani Palace
Marvel at the ornate architecture, see the sumptuous furnishings, and learn about this fascinating building and its former occupants.
Located in Honolulu's capitol district, this regal structure and National Historic Landmark was home to the Hawaiian Kingdom's two final monarchs, King Kalakaua, and his sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani. Wander around the main rooms and halls, including the Grand Hall, the Throne Room, the State Dining Room, and the King and Queen’s private suites. You'll also see the Blue Room, which was used for small receptions, and displays a portrait of King Louis Philipe given to the Hawaiian palace as a gift from the French government. Enjoy a wonderful experience at the former Official Royal Palace of Hawaii!
Iolani Palace also houses a collection of furniture made by famous Boston furniture maker A.H. Davenport. Once you’ve explored the interiors, you can head to the palace grounds and see the ornate royal tomb and the Coronation Pavilion. This attraction is not to be missed for history fans.
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Did you know
- King Kalakaua was the first monarch to circumnavigate the globe in 1881.
- Iolani Palace was built to rival those in Europe and signal Hawaii's place as a modern sovereign state.
- When it was built, the palace had the most up-to-date technology including indoor plumbing, incandescent lighting, and telephones.
- Many of Iolani Palace's artifacts were lost or stolen during the overthrow of the government in 1893.
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Know before you go
This attraction requires advanced booking.
Getting in: please present your pass at the ticketing counter by the Hale Koa Barracks building which is located next to the Palace
Please note: Children under 5-years-old must be in a front-held child carrier worn by an adult at all times, or safely strapped into a stroller provided by Iolani Palace. There is no charge to use the Palace strollers. Personal strollers are not permitted inside the Palace.
Not permitted inside the palace:
- Large bags, backpacks, and luggage
- Food and beverages
- Flash photography, videotaping, audio recording, tripods/monopods, and extended lenses, selfie sticks
Dress code: as Iolani Palace is a sacred place, please be dressed in a manner that is respectful of its cultural and historical significance.
- Shirts and footwear are required; you will also be asked to weare shoe coverings provided by the Palace.
- Bathing suits and beachwear (including beach cover-ups), and clothing displaying profanity are not permitted.
For more information, please visit the Iolani Palace website.
Where you'll be
364 South King Street, null, Honolulu, US
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