Kapiʻolani Regional Park - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
Things to know
About Kapiʻolani Regional Park
This is the largest and second-oldest public park in Hawaii, located in Honolulu. This 300-acre park is named after Queen Kapiʻolani, the queen consort of King David Kalākaua. The park was the first Hawaiian public space.
Attractions Near Kapiʻolani Regional Park
1.42km from Kapiʻolani Regional Park
A volcanic tuff cone on the Hawaiian island of Oʻahu . And is the most popular Hawaii State Park. Hawaiians call it Lēʻahi (brow of the tuna) in reference to the formation’s ridgeline, which resembles the tuna fish’s dorsal fin. It offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Honolulu that you can hike to via a trail that takes you to the edge of the 300,000-year old crater.
Hawaii Army Museum Society
2.02km from Kapiʻolani Regional Park
A huge museum that was located inside former coastal artillery "Battery Randolph". The museum's collection contains some World War II armor pieces, an AH-1 Cobra helicopter, and small arms indoors, as well as the battery itself. The battery's main guns were scrapped prior to the inception of the museum. The museum also includes a "Gallery of Heroes" honoring recipients of the Medal of Honor and the Distinguished Service Cross.
Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture & Design
2.69km from Kapiʻolani Regional Park
The Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art, Culture & Design is housed in the former home of Doris Duke near Diamond Head just outside Honolulu. It is now owned and operated as a public museum of the arts and cultures of the Islamic world by the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art
Honolulu Museum of Art
5.16km from Kapiʻolani Regional Park
An art museum located in Honolulu, Hawaii. The museum is the largest of its kind in the state and was founded in 1922 by Anna Rice Cooke. The museum has one of the largest single collections of Asian and Pan-Pacific art in the United States,
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Location of Kapiʻolani Regional Park
For more information about Kapiʻolani Regional Park, visit: https://www.hawaii-guide.com/oahu/sights/kapiolani_park