Princess Bernice Pauahi Statue

  • Address: In the courtyard of Royal Hawaiian Center, 2201 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, United States
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  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 00:10 Mins
  • Tags: Statue

Princess Bernice Pauahi was the last direct descendant of the Royal family of Kamehameha and was a Philanthropist who worked towards providing education to the children of Hawaii.

The statue, located in the courtyards of the Royal Hawaiian center surrounded by plants, pays tribute to her life as she is seen sitting with a book in her hand with a small child seated next to her. Stop by to see the life-sized statue of one of the icons who framed Hawaii’s progress.

  • Recommended time of arrival: 10.00 am–10.00 pm

  • Mall is open everyday from 10.00 am to 10.00 pm.

  • By Bus: Kalakaua Ave+Opp Seaside Ave
  • By Taxi
  • By hiring a local Cab.
  • By renting a Car/Bike.

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  • Princess Bernice Pauahi Statue Address: In the courtyard of Royal Hawaiian Center, 2201 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, United States
  • Princess Bernice Pauahi Statue Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Princess Bernice Pauahi Statue: 00:10 Mins
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  • 0.15% of people who visit Honolulu include Princess Bernice Pauahi Statue in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Princess Bernice Pauahi Statue visit around 2 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Princess Bernice Pauahi Statue

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95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Princess Bernice Pauahi Statue

People normally club together Prince Jonah Kuhio Statue and Iolani Palace while planning their visit to Princess Bernice Pauahi Statue.

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  • Amazing shopping and even more amazing public restrooms with Toto washlets. So many restaurants to choose from. Dim sum, curry rice, high end Thai, Wolfgang steakhouse. There is a food court with Japanese food options. Easy access to Royal Hawaiian and Sheraton Waikiki. Beach access makes it a good alternative to Hilton Hawaiian village.

  • Very nice the is huge. It is beautiful with it open air and big trees. Everyone was very nice and helpful if they didn't have what you wanted they would tell you good places to go to.

  • Bigger than it looks from the street view. A variety of stores including mainstream and designer across 2 levels. Get decorated very nicely around any major holiday so great place to take a few photos, especially at night. Same trading hours as everything else in Waikiki so can shop well into the evening.

  • It is big mall and it has everything. You will be walking a lot here since it has so many brands and it has two floors and some part of the mall has 3 floors. The parking is nice but it is not free. This place good for family shopping since it has some great restaurants after good shopping.

  • I love this place! It y can be a bit of a maze getting round though but there are people who can help you to where you want to go. I went to the Rocker Hula show there. The food was good and the show was so entertaining! It was such high energy! I’d recommend a The rocker Hula show to anyone and everyone! Also at the Grove from six till seven on the grass they have local Hawaiian acts playing. I love the way it landscaped too. It’s so tranquil! It was lovely particularly at Christmas time! When I went with my friend a couple of months ago we had a go at the hula classes. The first class was really hard! The second class was brilliant! The Hula instructor is lovely! We had a photo with her afterwards!

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