A humorous walking tour that takes you through Chinatown's history as Honolulu's red-light district.
"This 90 minute tour is a wacky wildlife expedition; a chance to learn more about the businesses that flourished during the war: the tattoo parlors, bars and 'boogie houses'." -Civil Beat
Opening April 6th
Take a journey through the life of Queen Lili`uokalani, a high born chiefess who witnessed her kingdom's unwilling transformation from its own country into the territory of a foreign power.
This tour takes place at 9:30am on the first and third Friday of the month, it is approximately two hours long, starting in front of the statue of Lili`uokalani (between the Capitol Building and Iolani Palace) and ending at the Judiciary Building on King St. Tours do NOT go inside Iolani Palace. The tour is $25 suggested donation. You must call to reserve your spot.
Call for reservations 808-670-7090
In the 1800s Chinatown was known as The Devil's Den due to its extreme filth and the diseases that flourished there. This tour features its history of bubonic plague, fire, leprosy and human sacrifice!
The tour is available most weekends at 7pm, starting at the corner of Nu'uanu Ave and Merchant St. It runs about 90 minutes and costs $25. Please call for reservations (808) 670-7090.
Teams solve clues and take photos for points. The clues are based on facts about Honolulu's most historic neighborhood so you can learn while you play.
This activity $20 a person, minimum 4 people. You can choose how long you play (one to two hours recommended). Special requests are encouraged!
For more information or to make a reservation please call (808)-670-7090.