You can purchase tickets to the WWII Red Light District Tour through this website. To purchase tickets for the Devil's Den Tour please call to make a reservation then pay with cash or check before the tour. If you can only pay with debit or credit card please let me know ahead of time so I can make arrangements.
No, the tour must go on! But we are happy to reschedule your booking to another day if that's what you prefer. Just let us know.
That depends. This is a tour of the booze, tattoos, and prostitution in WWII Hawaii, and F-Bombs do fly. If you think your kids'/mother-in-law's/pastor's tender sensibilities will be shocked, they might want to stay home. Tell them you're going golfing or something.
We walk the better part of a mile, so you should wear comfortable shoes. It can also get warm, so light clothes are recommended. AND SUNSCREEN!
The WWII Red Light District Tour starts most Thursdays through Mondays at 9:30 AM in front of the Hawaii Theatre, 1130 Bethel St, on the corner of Bethel and Pauahi St. Just look for the big Hawaii sign.
Stealing Hawai`i: The Rise and Fall of the Last Queen starts in front of the Queen Lili'uokalani statue between the Capitol building (415 S. Beretania St) and Iolani Palace 364 S King St). It is located on a pedestrian path. There is parking at Alii Place (1099 Alakea St) or the Capitol building underground parking garage that is accessible via Miller St off of Punchbowl St.
The Devil's Den Tour starts in front of O'Toole's Irish pub, 902 Nuuanu Ave. There is a parking lot next to the pub but it doesn't seem to take Japanese credit cards.
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