Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii: Iolani Palace and Coronation Pavilion

Restored royal residence of the last King and Queen of Hawaii. Outdoor coronation pavilion where the Hawaiian monarchs were crowned.
Address:
364 South King St., Honolulu, Oahu, HI
Directions:
In downtown Honolulu at the corner of South King and Richards Street.
Hours:
Gates open 6 AM-11 PM daily Tours W- Sa 9-2:15. Closed Su. (Call to verify)
Phone:
808-538-1471
Admission:
Admission
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Iolani Palace and Coronation Pavilion

Iolani Palace, built in 1882, is the only former royal residence in the United States. The last King and Queen of Hawaii ruled from the palace before it was annexed, with the rest of the Hawaiian Islands, in 1898. Today the building has been restored and is open for tours. The coronation pavilion, where later Hawaiian royalty was crowned, has been moved to the grounds of the palace.

[Flo, 09/07/2014]

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