If you have never seen an authentic rainforest, this is your chance. This arboretum contains 194 acres of genuine tropical ... More
Harold L. Lyon Arboretum
If you have never seen an authentic rainforest, this is your chance. This arboretum contains 194 acres of genuine tropical bliss. Near-constant rain allows the foliage to flourish year-round. Rolling hills and flatlands are covered in vibrant, green vegetation and unique island flora. Seasonal activities are available through the arboretum. A monthly newsletter keeps employees and interested visitors updated on events. There is a gift shop on site.
Japanese influence is among the strongest cultural influences in Hawaii; however, Japanese residents still make an effort to preserve the
pure Japanese heritage, art, and culture of their past. To promote that end, the Cultural Center offers scholarships and ...
Located just a few short blocks from Waikiki Beach, this is a great place to learn about Hawaii's amazing ocean
world. You can see 400 different species at this small but mighty museum, including monk seals, sharks and sea ...
This large gallery not far from the Honolulu Academy of Arts specializes in Oriental and Oceanic art and antiques. Offerings
include carved netsuke (owner Robyn Buntin is an expert collector), Japanese prints, Buddhist sculptures, jade pieces, scholar's table items, ...