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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...more
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The tour buses stop here. It's free except for the parking meter if you drive. This is a "can't miss" place for a tourist. You see it every week on TV. It's just a fun thing to be here in person. Walk around at your...More
Any Hawaii-5-O fans out there? Well, this is certainly a stop for you. The King Kamehameha Statue sits in front of the iconic "Hawaii-5-O Headquarters", also known as Ali'iolani Hale. This statue memorializes one of the greatest Hawaiian leaders, King Kamehameha, who is historically known...More
There are several Kamehameha I statues that honor the monarch who united the Kingdom of Hawaii.
The most well known statue is the 18-foot bronze King Kamehameha I statue in front of the Hawaii State Supreme Court. It was was cast in Paris and is...More
As many reviews have attested to, it is just a statue. Yes, if you know the history of the king, the statue brings a little more intrigue. Having seen Hawaii five-O (and witnessed a short segment of filming) it was on my photographic hit list.
The statue is one aspect of this place, there is actually the Supreme Court inside the building, plus a free Courthouse museum.
Doesn't sound that exciting, but even my 9 and 12 year old boys enjoyed the exhibit.
Admittedly, they were originally looking for Five...More
Are you a fan of Hawaii Five-O past or present? If so,, you probably have seen this famous landmark. It is the statue of the famous King Kamehameha who united the Hawaiian Islands into one royal kingdom in 1810 . It is probably one of...More