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Mission Houses in downtown Honolulu - features three original buildings that served as family homes and headquarters for Hawaii's first Christian mission. The structures are some of the oldest in the islands. Attractions include guided tours, museum, and exhibits.
Mission Houses Museum

Queen Emma Summer Palace
Queen Emma Summer Palace - in Nuuanu Valley on the Pali highway. Get a glimpse of the past lives of Hawaiian royalty. Displays, occupy every room in the 3,000 square foot palace, and include feather cloaks, period furnishings and artwork.

Plan to tour the authentic home of past Kings and Queens of Hawaii. It has been refurbished and many of the original furnishings have been returned from all over the world. If you want to know more about Hawaii's history, this is a must!
Iolani Palace

Arizona Memorial & Visitors Center
USS Arizona Memorial honors the more than 1,000 men who died in the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. The memorial straddles the hull of the bombed battleship, which is visible in the waters beneath the shrine.

The Missouri - America's largest and most celebrated battleship. Tours of the USS Missouri allow you to immerse yourself in Pacific and World War II history. Visit the "Surrender Deck" where W.W.II officially ended. "Life at Sea" takes you inside the ship to see how the crew ate, slept and lived.
Battleship Missouri Museum

Bishop Museum
Bishop Museum and Planetarium - More than 2,000 artifacts are on display at the Bishop Museum, home to the world's largest collection of Hawaiian and Polynesian antiquities. Attractions include daily 'Hula & Hawaiian Music' shows, and a Planetarium, offering three shows daily.

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