Oahu Things To Do

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  • Waipahu thingtodo: Hawaii's Plantation Village

    Hawaii's Plantation Village

    Waipahu, Oahu
    This hidden gem on Oahu's west side is a beautifully-constructed, family-friendly "outdoor museum" providing visitors with a glimpse into daily life on one of Hawaii's sugar plantations during the late 1800s and early 1900s. HIGHLIGHTS: The... Read more
  • Waikiki thingtodo: Watch the Fireworks at Waikiki Beach

    Watch the Fireworks at Waikiki Beach

    Waikiki, Oahu
     Colorful bursts of light and sound punctuate the ocean air as you sit on the beach reflecting on a day spent at play in Hawaii. You are just steps away from more fun and food then is located on entire islands in other parts of the state,... Read more
  • Honolulu thingtodo: Pearl Harbor Visitors' Center

    Pearl Harbor Visitors' Center

    Honolulu, Oahu
    The events of the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941 left and indelible mark on the United States and the civil psyche of Hawaii. It is difficult to imagine this peaceful tropical island erupting into a war zone and the fiery hulks of... Read more
  • Honolulu thingtodo: Tantalus


    Honolulu, Oahu
    Moss-draped trees, hairpin curves, bamboo forests, breathtaking views, massive jungle flowers, and a beautiful chaos of scents and bird songs create the unique jungle paradise of Tantalus. Just a short drive from Honolulu and Waikiki, it offers... Read more
  • Honolulu thingtodo: Honolulu Symphony

    Honolulu Symphony

    Honolulu, Oahu
    A symphony orchestra is the heartbeat of a city, adding an essential artistic culture and richness, and the Honolulu Symphony is no exception. With exceptional talent, a wide range of repertoire, and frequent appearances by internationally... Read more
  • Honolulu thingtodo: Bishop Museum

    Bishop Museum

    Honolulu, Oahu
    The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum is a cultural gathering place and education center that actively engages people in the presentation, exploration, and preservation of Hawaii's cultural heritage and natural history. When visiting Honolulu, it is... Read more
  • Laie thingtodo: Polynesian Cultural Center

    Polynesian Cultural Center

    Laie, Oahu
    One of the most popular tourist activities on the island, the Polynesian Cultural Center is a treasure trove of education and fun waiting to be discovered. Rich with the history, culture, and beauty of the islands of the South Pacific, the... Read more
  • Kaneohe thingtodo: Byodo-In Temple

    Byodo-In Temple

    Kaneohe, Oahu
    This awe-inspiring temple and its gorgeous grounds exude peace and tranquility, despite the steady flow of visitors crossing over the bridge. A replica of the larger, 950-year-old Byodo-in temple in Uji, Japan, it is a non-practicing Buddhist... Read more
  • Lanikai thingtodo: Lanikai Pillboxes

    Lanikai Pillboxes

    Lanikai, Oahu
    With quiet, floral-draped residential streets, powder-fine white sand, and turquoise water, Lanikai is a well-known and beloved Oahu destination. Whether it is for a firsthand glimpse of the award-winning Lanikai Beach or a kayak trip out to the... Read more
  • Diamond Head thingtodo: Doris Duke's Shangri La

    Doris Duke's Shangri La

    Diamond Head, Oahu
    Founded by Doris Duke (1912-1993), Shangri La is a center for Islamic arts and cultures located at the foot of Diamond Head in Honolulu. It is one of the most architecturally significant homes on the island, and is also renowned for its huge... Read more