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This is a roadside stop, not much to see. The statue is very European in style, besides the colors. They just finished repainting it. The store across the street has some great gifts, reasonably priced for the most part.
We stopped to check out the status of the King in front of the town hall. Then we noticed they have a memorial to all the veteran's from this area, next to the town hall as well. This was a nice break to stop and...More
On a day trip we dropped by to see statue. Different from the one in Hilo. This one is painted & very well maintained. Right across from a cute cafe that insisted my husband take 2 cups of coffee for the price of one:). Be...More
We were so happy to visit the original statue of King Kamehameha and see the quaint town. We had a nice time walking around and ate at the Kings Cafe across the street! The shops were excellent with quality items at fair prices. The lava...More
We visited the statue and then walked around town, reading about the king and his time in power. Nice quite stop on the way to the valley. It started to poor down rain so we had to cut our visit short. We parked across the...More
The original statue that was lost at sea near Cape Horn on route from Europe and was later found and erected in North Kohala on the island of Hawaii near King Kamehameha’s birthplace. A great warrior, diplomat and leader, King Kamehameha I united the Hawaiian...More