Polynesian Cultural Center, Honolulu
About Polynesian Cultural Center, Honolulu
Polynesian Cultural Center, Honolulu - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 55-370 Kamehameha Hwy, Laie, HI 96762, United States
Ticket Price: 60 USD
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 12:00 pm - 09:00 pm Details
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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.
Polynesian Cultural Center Information
- 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.
Polynesian Cultural Center Ticket Prices
- 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.
How To reach Polynesian Cultural Center by Public Transport
- Kamehameha Highway & Opposite to Polynesian Cultural Center
Restaurants Near Polynesian Cultural Center
- Hukilau Cafe
- Pizza Hut
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Polynesian Cultural Center, Honolulu Reviews - Write a Review
We knew that we wanted to visit the Polynesian Cultural Center when we came to Oahu. We ended up doing the Circle Island Tour, which was able to show us the highlights of many places on the island. Our time in the Center itself was great. Each island had interesting and informative shows about their culture. The canoe pageant was neat to see. The luau was tasty, though I was surprised at how quickly they cleaned up the buffet. We had enough time to eat, so I guess it wasn't that big of a deal. The Ha, Breath of Life show that ended the night was absolutely amazing. The emotion infused performance was a pleasure to enjoy. I highly recommend taking the time to immerse yourself in the culture that makes up the Polynesian islands if you have the chance!
Like a Polynesian EPCOT! Visually appealing, educational. The student employees were attentive and interesting. The luau that was included in the package was disappointing, however. We should have purchased the upgraded package. The show was excellent. Wonderful traditional Polynesian dancing and song/chants in a meaningful context.
My expectations were low when buying tickets but I was completely amazed and loved it. We stayed all day, went to the dinner luau, the HA breath of life show, the included Imax show, on the canoes, went fishing, etc. We liked it so much, and your tickets get you in for a second day for free, so we went again the next day. It was not crowded. They let you bring in your own picnic lunches! Usually at places like this the gift shops are way over priced. That was not the case here. Everything was priced similar to shops in town. We could buy souvenirs and gifts for reasonable prices. I will recommend this with 5 stars because it was amazing!
Excellent location for family vacation or for honeymoons. Loved going here as a kid. Now I went back with my husband and enjoyed it even more!! Very friendly place! I suggest getting the tour guide packages, very helpful and they are so knowledgeable about their culture and history. Food is so yummy!!! So exciting to get a taste of the culture again.
Our group of 8 went for the luau package with the evening showing of Ha. Fantastic experience worth every penny. I was surprised at the quality of the evening show and compelling narrative. The small performances during the day were a little lack luster but the information provided in the standing exhibits took up the slack. The luau was entertaining and worth seeing if it is the only luau you are going to see while in Hawaii.
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