Iolani Palace, Honolulu

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Iolani Palace, Honolulu - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 364 S King St, Honolulu, HI, United States

Phone: +1-8085220822

Ticket Price: 15 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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Iolani Palace stands for absolute opulence. The gorgeous palace with its exquisitely furnished rooms is a real sight to see and a popular tourist attraction in Honolulu. If you want to be taken back into a luxurious and extravagant era of royals and riches, this is the perfect place to be.

This place was the seat of the Hawaiian Monarchy and the grandiose look of those times has been preserved very well. The Blue Room (which has electric blue furniture) and the Throne Room are the highlights of this place. The Dining Halls and Private Suits are worth seeing as well. If you take a guided tour, you will be able to learn a lot more about the history of Hawaii as well as several fascinating anecdotes about the rooms.

Moreover, there are a lot of events that keep taking place at the palace to keep a look out for those. This place is as interesting as it is beautiful and a definite must-visit. Be sure to explore the palace thoroughly.

Honolulu’s most opulent attraction, the Iolani Palace Tickets indeed find a lot of takers, for more reasons than one. Hence, it is a wise thing to buy tickets for Iolani Palace in advance, as there are high chances if these being sold out. You can check out our tickets segment to avail some good deals on Tickets for Iolani Palace. Tours that include Iolani Palace ticket prices are definitely a good bargain, on the whole!

Iolani Palace Information

  • Visitors are welcome to photograph the Iolani Palace interior, exterior and grounds for personal use; however, flash photography and video are not permitted inside the Palace.

Iolani Palace Ticket Prices

Self-Led:

  • Adult: $14.75
  • Child (ages 5-12): $6
  • Group (10 or more), four weeks advance notice required: $11.75 per guest

Guided Tours:

  • Adult: $21.75
  • Child (ages 5-12): $6
  • Group (10 or more), four weeks advance notice required: $16.75 per guest

How To reach Iolani Palace by Public Transport

  • S Hotel St. & Richard Street

Restaurants Near Iolani Palace

  • Mandalay Restaurant
  • Indigo
  • Restaurant Epic

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  • We, people HAWAII, Hawaiian & non-Hawaiian, celebrated our last Queens 100 death anniversary at Iolani Palace. Iolani Palace is the only Palace in Untied States. Full of culture & history. A must see if you are ever in Honolulu, Hawaii. We Hawaiian are very proud & honored to be an Hawaiian as all other races. A must see. Just being on the Place grounds you feel/sense the presences of the love the Queen had for her poeple. Remember the Palace has electricity before the White House.

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  • A definitely a place that you should visit! I have been wanting to see this location for a while and it was amazing. Who is right past the area where you would meet your Senate and House Representatives in Oahu and then there was a beautiful palace surrounded by a great green and gold fence. I bought the package where you do a self guided tour. It was pretty amazing the only thing I wished was the guided tour went to whatever room you were in cuz it was hard sometimes for me to figure out which room unless I saw it already. Such a grand place from a grand monarchy family. It was very sad learning how USA treated the queen by imprisoning her in her own Palace into one room. Not even her own room.

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  • Good place to visit to learn about the history of Hawaii. Not as busy as other tourist attractions but there was a steady stream of people. I enjoyed the tour and learned a little history as well.

  • Beautifully built building. Be prepared to put cover-shoes over your own shoes - these are to protect the floor and carpets. The self-guided tour was good and very informative about the Hawaiian monarchy.

  • It was nice to see . Hear the history of our nation Hawaii and our kings and queens. To see their living rooms and the jewels. I loved the whole experience seeing it.

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