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Polynesian Cultural Center

Open Now: 11:30 - 20:45
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The Polynesian Cultural Center, voted the #1 attraction in Hawaii by USA Today, is located along the famous North Shore of Oahu. Explore 42 acres of tropical splendor featuring 6 authentic villages representing the island cultures of Hawaii, Fiji...more
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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55-370 Kamehameah Hwy., Laie, Oahu, HI 96762-2113
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+1 800-367-7060
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I enjoyed my visit to this attraction. I purchased a package that included a 3 hour tour of Oahu and a luau/buffet meal.Our tour guide was very pleasant and knowledgeable. He stopped multiple times to allow everyone the opportunity to take pictures. I was more...More

Thank lwinston0405
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Ok let me start off by saying this. Yes the center is owned and operated by the LDS Church. The best way to see this is with a rental car if you are staying here. Why? Because the tour buses while fun and informative are...More

Thank dorianl244
Reviewed 1 week ago

We can't say enough about our day at the PCC. We purchased the super ambassador package and were treated like royalty from the moment we walked in the door. I liken this place to Disney-world meets Polynesia...LOL. This was such a fun and informative day....More

1  Thank Ruth K
Reviewed 1 week ago

What a great way to spend a day in Hawaii. This place is fantastic. My wife and I go here each and every time we are in Hawaii. Would not miss it for anything. When you go make sure you do the Ambassador Luau. It...More

Thank Go42268867750
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice way to learn about island history. Luau and village shows were entertaining and educational. HA, Breath of Life evening show was comparable to Las Vegas entertainment. Food at Luau was marginal and rather limited. We took island bus tour in the morning. Our guide,...More

1  Thank janeandnealk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There are many reviews of this facility but no- one has commented on the odd combination of a Disneyland type theme park owned and operated by the Mormon Church. Students at the Brigham Young University are expected to perform in the shows ( (80 %...More

4  Thank jlsanders
Passenger34195780866, Executive Vice President & CMO at Polynesian Cultural Center, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Hi there, I'm sad to hear that you weren’t satisfied with your visit. Yes, the Center is owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints but its primary purpose is to provide students with paid employment and an opportunity to...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a very well put together center. Appears that the college kids enjoy sharing their cultures with the visitors. The 2:30 show was entertaining for all age groups. I highly recommend it to anyone who visits Oahu!

2  Thank Monica B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had a fantastic experience at PCC and can’t recommend their luau enough! The performances of each island felt very authentic and the staff are very knowledgeable and were able to answer the majority of my groups questions.

Thank ata918
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went on the circle island tour and the ambassador tour. We had a great time seeing a lot of the island of Ouau. The stops were short but we got to see a lot. It did cut into our time at the PCC a...More

Thank Karen J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

With staff from all over Polynesia teaching traditional ways of life, it’s a nice place for a day out. Very large, and all outdoors so plan accordingly.

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carolyn e
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Response from raquelrT9695PB | Reviewed this property |
No, It is managed by the Mormon Church so NO Alcohol. Raquel
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carolyn e
10 November 2018|
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Response from Sandy S | Reviewed this property |
No, they are a dry establishment.
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Response from Cool C | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there was a buffet of fish and different meat. You could eat the pork, but not everyone eats it if they want.
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