Fun In Oahu, Hawaii: Polynesian Cultural CenterThe
Polynesian Cultural Center has numerous family focused activities
to enjoy and participate in. The Polynesian Cultural Center stretches
over 42-acres with seven native villages full of games and activities
to explore. The seven island nations detailed in the villages are
Fiji, Hawaii, Samoa, Tahiti, Tonga, Maori New Zealand and the Marquesas.
In the different villages you can get painted island tattoos, learn
about Samoan fire making and Tongan drumming, take a canoe tour or
watch a Luau or IMAX movie. The Polynesian Cultural Center is also
home to the Ali'i Luau, Hawaii's largest luau, with authentic dancers,
musicians, and flower leis for each visitor.
How To Get There
The Polynesian Cultural Center is about 38 miles away from Waikiki,
on the North Shore of Oahu. It is located at 55-370 Kamehameha
Highway (Highway 83) in Laie, Oahu. Transportation can be purchased
as part of the package but, if you decide to drive, visit here for
different driving directions.
Cost of Admission
Polynesian exhibits and artifacts can be viewed for free in the
center's entrance but in order to participate in any of the events
inside the center and the center's grounds, ticket prices vary
depending on your budget and the events you and your family would
like to attend. There are five different ticket packages, each
with a different price. Your best bet is to visit here to
view all packages and decide which is best for your families
budget and time.
Polynesian Cultural Center
Address: 55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie, Hawaii (HI) 96762
Phone: 800-367-7060 (toll free)
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