Hawaiʻi Nature Center
Puʻu ʻUalakaʻa State Wayside
At this hillside park, sweeping views extend from Diamond Head on the left, across Waikiki and downtown Honolulu, to the Waiʻanae Range...
Embraced by tropical sculpture gardens, this art museum occupies an estate house constructed in 1925 for Oʻahu-born Anna Rice Cooke, a...
National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific
Northeast of downtown Honolulu is a bowl-shaped crater, nicknamed the Punchbowl, formed by a long-extinct volcano. Hawaiians called the...
Waiʻoli Tea Room
If 19th-century author Robert Louis Stevenson were still hanging around Honolulu today, this is where you’d find him. Set in the verdant...
Andy's Sandwiches & Smoothies
Andy's is a hidden gem up the Manoa valley that doesn't see too many tourists. Opposite the Manoa Shopping Centre, it's a squeeze to get...
2131 Makiki Heights Dr · interesting places nearby
Hawaiʻi Nature Center information
Inside the woodsy Makiki Forest Recreation Area, this small nonprofit community center conducts family-oriented environmental education programs, day camps and guided weekend hikes for ages six and up. Reservations are usually required; check the online calendar or call ahead for details.