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King Kamehameha Statue

417 S King St, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96813-2943
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In front of the Aliiolani Hale building is the King Kamehameha I Statue. Facing Iolani Palace on the corner of King and Mililani streets, this landmark depiction of the warrior king who united the Hawaiian Islands emits a sense of strength and unity as he stands with outstretched arms.
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417 S King St, Honolulu, Oahu, HI 96813-2943
Downtown Honolulu
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We stopped off as part our of our Coach tour post the Pearl Harbour visit. It's all well kept & set against the historic building behind it you get some great Photos. FYI there is the "Best Hot Dog in Hawaii" street cart right next...More

Thank Wellitsmytake
Reviewed 3 days ago

Beautiful statue in the middle of the city hall area. If you in the area good to come and see, there not a lot of information available so must get information prior coming here.

Thank lalocadr19
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A beautiful statue of King Kamehameha and a most see in Honolulu. This place is also famous from Hawaii Five-O and the building behind is the HQ of Five-O in the tv series.

Thank LePetitPrince21
Reviewed 4 days ago

A very nice change to the usual wood statues in Hawai'i and classical Roman/Greek marble statues. The statue is a brilliant gold against the lovely architecture of the building behind and green the statue sits on. There were no crowds when we visited which was...More

Thank MattRichardson22
Reviewed 5 days ago

If you use the buses you drive past the statue numerous times so make the effort to stop off and see the statue of the man who unite the Hawaiian Islands.

Thank Llewellyn53
Reviewed 6 days ago

Yes the statue is very historic and regal. I came because I watch it weekly on Hawaii 5-O. They must have a close up camera angle because I thought it was much bigger than it actually is. The Bus Trolley blows by it pretty quickly...More

Thank Jerry B
Reviewed 1 week ago

So a bug part of the local history and of course the TV show. Worth visiting and taking the mandatory selfies. The surrounds are lovely and easy to walk around so there are other things to occupy you

Thank goca_12
Reviewed 1 week ago

You've seen it briefly at the opening of "Hawaii 5-0" -- it's really beautiful and majestic in person. A "must" for shutterbugs, with the stately Supreme Court Building as background, in a pretty front grass/tree area, right across from the Iolani Palace on King Street...More

Thank KurtAndWendy
Reviewed 1 week ago

We did a quick stop as part of a tour. Felt like they should be taping an episode of Hawaii 5-0. It was great to see, very short stop.

Thank Dawn G
Reviewed 1 week ago

We got to see the statue during a city tour. This iconic image is tied to what so many of us consider the visual history of Hawaii. It is worth seeing in person.

Thank RumJourney
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