This is the building that the state of Hawaii makes its decisions and governs the islands of Hawaii. The design of this building represents the formation of Hawaii's volcanic islands. Located opposite the Royal Palace in Honolulu.
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We enjoyed the open courtyard, but did not have success getting inside even though we were there during regular hours.
I had been checking this out from the Queens center and then had a chance to go over and see it up close. This is a very cool looking building from afar, but once you get close you can see that it needs some major...More
Enjoyed walking the building and seeing where the Hawaii State Senate/House of Representatives meet. There is a replica of the Liberty Bell in front of the building. Worth seeing
The building itself is worth walking around and seeing. The houses are not open and one did not even have lights on. But there is no cost to visit and being in the area means you have to stop and have a look. You may...More
Hawaii State Capital is surprisingly beautiful. Unfortunately, unlike all the other capitals we have visited, we could not see into the Senate & House because they were not in session. The staff at the office to start the self-guided tour were great. The governor's office...More
Well worth having a look at - gives a really different perspective to Honolulu. The architecture is very different and it's worth having a look around at the whole precinct.
Very interesting looking building, good to have a walk around the building and see it from different perspectives
It was raining the afternoon we had planned to walk through the Hawaii State Capitol grounds. You can walk through it anytime as there are no doors that enclose the front and back. Father Damien statue (Priest from Belgium) that helped saved the leprosy colony...More