Welcome to Huliheʻe Palace, a cultural gem nestled along the historic Ali’i Drive in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Built in 1838,this magnificent palace once served as a vacation home for Hawaiian royalty and offers a captivating journey into the rich history and traditions of the islands.
Huliheʻe Palace served as a cherished retreat for Hawaiian monarchs, including King Kalākaua and Queen Kapiʻolani. The palace’s distinctive architecture reflects a blend of Hawaiian and Western influences, showcasing the unique cultural fusion that defines Hawaii.
Museum and Cultural Repository
Today, Huliheʻe Palace stands as a museum dedicated to preserving and sharing Hawaii’s royal heritage. Visitors can explore the beautifully restored rooms filled with artifacts, royal furnishings, and personal items that provide a glimpse into the daily lives of Hawaiian royalty.
Beautiful Oceanfront Location
Set against the backdrop of the Pacific Ocean, Huliheʻe Palace offers breathtaking ocean views and a serene atmosphere. The palace is surrounded by magnificent palms and historic landmarks, creating a picturesque setting that transports visitors to a bygone era.
Step inside and witness the elegance and history that define Huliheʻe Palace, where the legacy of Hawaii’s royal past comes to life in a captivating and educational experience.
75-5718 Alii Dr
Kailua Kona, HI 96740
$8 – $10 for adults
$6 – $8 for kamaʻāina
$1 for children