Royal Mausoleum, Honolulu

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Royal Mausoleum, Honolulu - Address, Phone Number

Address: 2261 Nuuanu Ave, Honolulu, HI 96817, USA

Phone: +1-8085375255

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Timings: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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The Royal Mausoleum State Monument is the final resting place of Hawaiian Royalty and includes the family of the Kamehameha and Kalakaua Dynasties. The place is believed to be one of the most sacred burial grounds and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

The Mausoleum was originally built by King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma as a burial site for their 4-year old son.

Do pay your respects to some of the most important people who frame Hawaii’s past. Highlights include King Kamehameha Dynasty Tomb, Kalakua Crypt, John Young’s Grave and Wyllie Tomb. 

How To reach Royal Mausoleum by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Nuuanu Ave + Opp Kawananakoa Pl
  • By Taxi
  • By hiring a local Cab.
  • By renting a Car/Bike.

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  • Paying respect, pondering on what is now and wondering what it was like back then. A L O H A to our ali'i, kūpuna, our 'āina and to all, aloha one another

  • Mahalo to all the people who help maintain this place and mālama our aliʻi. This is such a beautiful and special place.

  • Very amazing place, highly recommend this on your tour list.!!!

  • THE only land in all of Hawai'l that, by presidential decree, is solely and completely Hawi'ian. No stars-and-strips are flown here, only the Hawai'ian state flag. There are links of iron chain that held the cannon that King Kamehamea IV used to conquer the King of Oahu in the late 18th century behind a large tree in this area (see my photo). Inspiring, humbling and spiritual, this place is hallowed ground for Hawai'ians, old and young.

  • Très beau et merveilleux cet endroit

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