Hawaiʻi State Art Museum
With its vibrant, thought-provoking collections, this public art museum brings together traditional and contemporary art from Hawaii’s...
Cathedral of St Andrew
King Kamehameha IV, attracted to the royal Church of England, decided to build his own cathedral and founded the Anglican Church in...
Formerly the governor’s official residence, this colonial-style mansion was built in 1846 by US sea captain John Dominis. The captain’s...
In the charming old YWCA Laniakea building opposite Iolani Palace, Cafe Julia is a gem. Named after Julia Morgan, one of America's first...
Hidden on the ground floor of the Hawaiʻi State Art Museum, this arty cafe is a downtown outpost of Kaimuki’s trendy Town. Market-fresh salads, soups and sandwiches bend culinary barriers – savor lotus-root chips, ʻahi (tuna) club sandwiches and steamed guava cake. Reserve ahead or grab a gourmet plate lunch from the ‘ASAP’ takeout counter.