From mid-December through mid-April, Atlantis runs whale-watching cruises with an onboard naturalist on the Navatek, a high-tech...
Honolulu Museum of Art at First Hawaiian Center
First Hawaiian Bank’s high-rise headquarters also houses the downtown gallery of Spalding House , featuring fascinating mixed-media...
Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant
Down fresh lagers made according to Germany’s centuries-old purity laws, often with live music by the waterfront.
Bishop St Cafe
Offering up lunches to Downtown workers in an extremely covivial setting, Bishop St Cafe is one of those lovely fusion places, serving...
1 Aloha Tower Dr · interesting places nearby
Aloha Tower information
Built in 1926, this 10-story landmark 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, Hawaii Pacific University has bought the Aloha Tower Marketplace and is revitalizing it for retail, dining and student housing. Take the elevator to the top-floor tower observation deck for 360-degree views of Honolulu and the waterfront.