Polynesian Cultural Center

Currently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
  • Address: 55-370 Kamehameha Hwy, Laie, HI 96762, United States, Honolulu
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  • Timings: 12:00 pm - 09:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-8003677060
  • Ticket Price: 60 USD
  • Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Entertainment, Performance, Family And Kids

Hawaii's famous Luaus are celebrated by the Polynesian Cultural Center. Not just this, you will also be able to see the traditions of several other places from around the world that are beautifully displayed through the various types of activities and packages here.

There is a lot to do here. You can experience the Hawaiian Luau or a traditional Samoan one along with many other options. All this, along with a Sumptuous Barbeque Buffet, what else does one need?

The Hula dances, the fire shows and the lovely atmosphere are a memorable experience. There are also a number of activities that illustrate the unity in the diversity of Polynesian Culture. There is boating, village simulations, and a grand evening show that is simply spectacular. They also have a bunch of activities just for kids. With so much to do and explore, make sure you have enough time to do it.

If you want to explore the Hawaiian culture in the truest sense, then the Polynesian Cultural Center is a perfect place to head to. It is a great place to enjoy some laid back time and indulge in various activities like boating and village stimulations. You can get the Polynesian Cultural Center tickets from the ticket counter itself. Moreover, if you are in need of a guided tour and want to know more about this attraction, then you can also opt for Polynesian Cultural Center tour tickets. The Polynesian Cultural Center tours will help you by enlightening with the history of Polynesian Cultural Center. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Honolulu itinerary 4 days.

  • The ticket office is open till 8:00 pm.
  • Ticket prices vary depending upon the package. You will be able to get cheaper and more expensive options.

General admission:

  • Adults: $59.95
  • Children (5-11): $47.96
  • The place provides several packages. Please check the official website for the rates and book in advance accordingly.

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  • Polynesian Cultural Center Address: 55-370 Kamehameha Hwy, Laie, HI 96762, United States, Honolulu
  • Polynesian Cultural Center Contact Number: +1-8003677060
  • Polynesian Cultural Center Timing: 12:00 pm - 09:00 pm
  • Polynesian Cultural Center Price: 60 USD
  • Best time to visit Polynesian Cultural Center(preferred time): 12:00 pm - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Polynesian Cultural Center: 04:00 Hrs
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  • 54.36% of people who visit Honolulu include Polynesian Cultural Center in their plan

  • 61.62% of people start their Polynesian Cultural Center visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Polynesian Cultural Center

Monday, Tuesday and Friday

91.32% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Polynesian Cultural Center

People normally club together Pearl Harbor and Manoa Falls while planning their visit to Polynesian Cultural Center.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • We loved loved loved our visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center. From the minute we arrived we were treated like special guests but also like family. I would highly recommend getting the ambassador level tickets. We had amazing guides that stayed with us all day helping us navigate so we could pack in as much fun as possible. All of the staff and entertainers were top notch. Beautiful dancing and amazing culture and loads of humor made for an unforgettable day. I would tell anyone to make sure they get to enjoy this experience. It was one of my favorite days in Hawaii.

  • We went to the luau and spent about 9 hours here. The food and show were great as were the different cultural demonstrations. The staff is made up of mostly students from the Brigham Young university close by. This is a Church of Latter Day Saints town so there is no alcohol. There is no smoking but there are smoking sections off to the side of the center. The proceeds help fund the scholarship programs for the college. Everyone was so nice and helpful. This is a great place for all ages.

  • Great full day activity with the family. Opens at noon. During the afternoon walk around to the different “islands” and participate in activities and presentations about their different cultures. There’s drumming, fire making, basket weaving etc. there’s a cool “boat show” in the afternoon on a river through the property. In the evening there’s multiple luaus depending on your ticket type and then a big show after that with amazing fire dancing etc. Be sure to go to the Samoan section for your sweet tattoo for the day :)

  • Awesome must have experience if you are visiting. I would recommend getting one of the ambassador packages to get the full experience. The pass gets you into all 6 island culture events and hands on tutorials in coconut husking, basket weaving, fire making and all sorts of other attractions. At the end of the visit, wind down with an authentic luau with music and all you can eat items. After the luau you will also have access to the live show “Ha, Breath of life” which is a AMAZING must see show. There’s fire dances, live singing, a wonderful storyline, and did I mention fire dancing!! Place is an all around blast and a must see place.

  • This place is truly remarkable. Everybody working there is so genuine and kind, and most of them are students. The story behind the PCC is a beautiful one, and you will learn so much while you're there. Be sure to purchase the Ambassador Package, as it's completely worth it. You may want to spend more than one day there, as there's so much to see (42 acres!). I admit that before coming here I was not educated at all on the islands of Polynesia, but I left with my horizons widened and strangely touched. I recommend bringing lots of water, a hat, and sunscreen. It's usually quite hot, so make sure you're prepared. All the shows were amazing and it's clear that everybody involved puts in a lot of work. You must not leave Hawaii without visiting.

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