Aloha Tower

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Oʻahu , USA
Street 1 Aloha Tower Dr
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Built in 1926, this 10-story landmark at Pier 9 was once the city’s tallest building. In the golden days when all tourists to Hawaii arrived by ship, this pre-WWII waterfront icon – with its four-sided clock tower inscribed with ‘Aloha’ – greeted every visitor. These days hulking cruise ships still disembark at the terminal beneath the tower. Take the elevator to the top-floor tower observation deck for 360-degree views of Honolulu and the waterfront, then peek inside the cruise-ship terminal to see colorful nostalgic murals depicting bygone Honolulu. Self-parking costs $3 (weekends or after 4pm $5).