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Honolulu Historic District a Smartphone Audio Walking Tour

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Honolulu, US
2.5 (3)
Honolulu, US
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Embark on a captivating journey through the historic streets of Honolulu with the Honolulu Historic District Smartphone Audio Walking Tour. This immersive tour allows you to explore the city's rich history and cultural landmarks at your own pace. As you stroll through the Honolulu Capital Historic District, your smartphone will guide you with GPS and provide fascinating commentary on the historical attractions, statues, buildings, parks, and memorials that make up this beautiful part of downtown. Discover the iconic Iolani Palace, King Kamehameha Statue, Kawaiahao Church, Hawaii State Library, Honolulu Hale (City Hall), and much more. With the flexibility to start and stop anywhere along the route, you can truly enjoy this experience on your own terms. Join over 10,000 satisfied customers and trust the platform with over 75 tours. Book your Honolulu Historic District Smartphone Audio Walking Tour now and uncover the secrets of this incredible city.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 1 hours - 2 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • & Audio GuidedSelf Guided Experience
  • "Listen to a tour guide through your smartphone"
  • "Experience the rich history and culture of Honolulu"
  • "Visit iconic landmarks like Iolani Palace and King Kamehameha Statue"
  • "Explore historical attractions, statues, buildings, and parks"
  • "Enjoy the flexibility to start and stop anywhere along the route"
  • No time constraints, take as long as you like to complete the tour
  • Download on wifi before (no signal required or data used during tour)
  • Live gps map shows route & your location
  • Flexible dates - tour is yours to keep and enjoy anytime on tripvia tours
  • Customer service via phone & email
  • Tour guide commentary automatically plays at each point of interest
  • Attraction tickets not included.
  • Headphones (optional - audio will play from device speaker too)
  • Smartphone or tablet

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Introduction

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the rich history of Honolulu with the Honolulu Historic District Smartphone Audio Walking Tour. This innovative tour offers an exciting way to explore the city, as you listen to a knowledgeable tour guide through your smartphone.

What to expect?

During this tour, you can expect to discover the fascinating attractions and landmarks that make up the Honolulu Capital Historic District. As you make your way from the Ali'Iolani Hale to the Arts District, you'll learn about the historical significance of each site. The tour highlights include the iconic Iolani Palace, the majestic King Kamehameha Statue, the illustrious Kawaiahao Church, and the impressive Hawaii State Capital building, among other captivating landmarks.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for anyone who wants to delve into the rich history and culture of Honolulu. Whether you're a history buff, a culture enthusiast, or a curious traveler, this experience will offer you valuable insights into the early inhabitants of Honolulu and their captivating stories. The Honolulu Historic District Smartphone Audio Walking Tour is designed to be inclusive, welcoming visitors of all ages and interests.

Why book this?

By booking this tour, you'll have the opportunity to explore the Honolulu Historic District at your own pace while enjoying the convenience of a smartphone audio guide. With its GPS map feature, you'll always know where you are and where to go next. The tour's flexibility allows you to start and stop anywhere along the route and enjoy the experience on your own terms. Plus, with over 75 tours and 10,000+ satisfied customers, you can trust the platform to provide an exceptional experience.

Good to know

As you embark on this tour, it's important to note that the total duration can range from 60 to 120 minutes, depending on your pace and the time you choose to spend at each stop. You can download the tour to multiple devices, making it ideal for solo travelers, families, or friends exploring together. The tour also includes supplementary information about each attraction, providing a deeper understanding of the historical and cultural significance of the district.

Reviews

Travelers who have experienced the Honolulu Historic District Smartphone Audio Walking Tour have praised its informative and engaging nature. They appreciate how the tour brings the history of Honolulu to life, with the tour guide's captivating storytelling and the convenience of the smartphone audio format. Visitors have found the tour to be a valuable experience, allowing them to gain a deeper appreciation for the city's heritage and its significance in Hawaiian history. Join the ranks of these satisfied customers and embark on a journey through time with the Honolulu Historic District Smartphone Audio Walking Tour.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Aliʻiolani Hale

(Pass by)

Your tour takes you on a journey through the capital city of Hawaii, with all the rich history and culture that defines this amazing place. The building we're in front of now is known as Ali'iolani Hale, or “House of the Heavenly Kings”.

Iolani Palace

(Pass by)

We'll tell you about this incredible structure that was built in 1879 for King Kalakaua, who was the king of the Hawaiian Kingdom.

King Kamehameha Statue

(Pass by)

Hear the folklore about Hawaii’s most celebrated monarch, King Kamehameha I , while you visit his statue.

Kanaina Building, Old Archives

(Pass by)

Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, the Kanaina Building is considered an important example of Victorian architecture in Hawaii.

Patsy Takemoto Mink Statue and Memorial

(Pass by)

Hear some of Patsy's greatest accomplishments and why they created a statue of her.

Hawaii State Library

(Pass by)

This magnificent haven for book lovers started as a simple reading room, established in 1879 for the purpose of keeping unruly sailors out of mischief!

Kawaiahaʻo Church

(Pass by)

Here, we'll tell you about Hawaii's oldest church.

Tomb of King Lunalilo

(Pass by)

Hear why King Lunalilo refused to be interred in the Royal Mausoleum and instead is buried here.

Honolulu Hale (City Hall)

(Pass by)

We'll tell you about how the city hall building was constructed with some pretty impressive features.

Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives

(Pass by)

Now you might be wondering why it has the years 1820 and 1915 engraved on the front if it was built in 1921...we'll tell you.

Sky Gate by Isamu Noguchi

(Pass by)

So as you may have guessed, there's a story behind this incredibly weird looking sculpture. It actually involves a very interesting natural phenomenon.

Frank F. Fasi Municipal Building

(Pass by)

As of 2006, this is Honolulu’s new municipal Building – the Frank F Fasi Building. The design is quite unique...hear why.

Seagull Schools' Early Education Center

(Pass by)

These relaxed looking stone folks are located on the grounds for "Seagull Schools", a fun and innovative early childhood education center.

Honolulu Police Station

(Pass by)

As you check out their beautiful building, we'll tell you about something that is unique with the Honolulu Police Department....

Nagasaki Peace Bell

(Pass by)

the Bell of Nagasaki is a symbol of peace and friendship between the United States and Japan.

Queen's Conference Center

(Pass by)

Welcome to the Queen's Conference Center, a historic and cultural landmark of Honolulu.

The Queen's Medical Center

(Pass by)

This grand complex was the brainchild of Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV. We'll tell you their vision.

Hawaii State Capitol

(Pass by)

In 1969, this remarkable building officially became Hawaii State Capitol. We'll give you details!

Washington Place

(Pass by)

This regal manor, built in 1842 by a clipper ship captain for his wife and young son, has quite the tale.

Hawaii State Art Museum

(Pass by)

This museum is dedicated to showcasing the art and culture of Hawaii, and it is a must see destination for anyone interested in the rich history and traditions of the islands.

Queen Liliuokalani Statue

(Pass by)

Hear what the Queen herself could have said....I was the last surviving member of the Kamehameha dynasty....

The Cathedral of St. Andrew

(Pass by)

This magnificent place of worship is another dream King Kamehameha and Queen Emma had for their beloved Hawaii.

Hawaii Theatre Center

(Pass by)

Honolulu’s Hawaii Theatre Center opened in 1922 to a world of Vaudeville and silent film.

Kuma Kahua Theatre

(Pass by)

The building was donated to the Kumu Kahua Theatre Company formed with the goal of producing new works by Hawaii playwrights and works reflecting the diverse cultures and experiences of the people of Hawaii.

Podmore

(Pass by)

Looking for substitutions for the bricks new-comers were accustomed to building with back home, they decided on.... we'll tell you what!

Reviews

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2.5 (3)

SueC679

1st time we'd done this type of tour and it took a bit of getting used to. We did cover all the stops of the tour but it took longer than we expected It's good that you can stop / start the commentary and see photos of the points of interest. Worth the money and would do it again

Shelly_K

If we knew we couldnt enter the palace - O would have not secured this unvaluable audio We paid the ticket booth on site for an Audio tour which was the best I DO NOT recommend booking this tour thru VIATOR recommend go to onsite ticket booth for more value and you get to enter the palace and i promise you will be very happy

KathleenC2216

This tour was easy to download and use. It was informative and gave good historical stories. I appreciated you could pause or wait to start commentary on the next stop.
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