Iolani Palace

Iolani Palace The official royal palace for the Kalakaua Dynasty, which ruled Hawaii from 1874 through 1893. We are located in downtown Honolulu. Iolani Palace is a Hawaiian and national treasure that depends on private support.
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To assure its unique cultural, historical and spiritual qualities are maintained for future generations, please consider a gift to The Friends of Iolani Palace, a 501(c)(3) organization with the sole responsibility to serve as guardian and steward to preserve, restore, interpret, share, and celebrate Iolani Palace. To learn more, call 808.522.0822, or go online at www.iolanipalace.org. ADMISSION: Docent Guided Tour--> Adults $21.75* Children (5-12) $6 Children (under 5) Free (Tuesday - Thursday 9:00am -10:00am) (Friday - Saturday 9:00am -11:15am) Audio Tour--> Adults $14.75 Children (5-12) $6 Children (under 5) Free (Monday 9:00am - 4:00pm, Tuesday - Thursday 10:30am - 4:00pm, Friday - Saturday 12:00pm - 4:00pm)) Gallery Admission only--> Adults $7 Children (5-12) $3 Children (under 5) Free (9:30am – 4:00pm) *A Kama'aina and military rate of $15 is offered for the docent-guided tour. State ID or military ID is required for discounted rate. Admission is FREE for members of the Friends of Iolani Palace. Holiday hours: Closed Monday, February 15, 2016 Closed Monday, May 30, 2016 Closed Monday, July 4, 2016 Closed Monday, September 5, 2016

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Looking for a last-minute gift? Spark joy all year long with a gift membership to The Friends of Iolani Palace. Membersh...
12/22/2020

Looking for a last-minute gift? Spark joy all year long with a gift membership to The Friends of Iolani Palace. Memberships of all levels enjoy exclusive access to special Iolani Palace events, invitations to the Annual Membership Meeting and reception, a subscription to The Friends of Iolani Palace newsletter, a 20% discount on most items at The Palace Shops, and more. Members also receive unlimited free admission to the Palace and Palace Galleries.

Gift a membership at www.iolanipalace.org/donations-membership/membership/membership-application-2.

#Onthisday in 1890, the newly appointed Chief Justice of Samoa, Conrad de Cedererantz, arrived in Honolulu in the evenin...
12/21/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, the newly appointed Chief Justice of Samoa, Conrad de Cedererantz, arrived in Honolulu in the evening on the steamer, The Almaeda. He was in town for less than 24 hours. He checked into the Hawaiian Hotel, visited with the Foreign Minister and Governor Cleghorn at their respective residences, and then was driven around Kapiolani Park. The Justice was delighted with the scenery, saying he had never seen anything so charming.

The following day on December 22 at 7:30 am, Queen Kapiolani and the Princess Regent Liliuokalani held an audience in Iolani Palace where they met the Chief Justice. He had earlier met and attended events with King Kalakaua in San Francisco.

Pictured: Conrad de Cedererantz

#Onthisday in 1890, the Princess Regent Liliuokalani attended the wedding of Annie Cleghorn to Jay. H. Wodehouse Jr. at ...
12/20/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, the Princess Regent Liliuokalani attended the wedding of Annie Cleghorn to Jay. H. Wodehouse Jr. at St Andrews Cathedral. Liliuokalani sat in the Royal pew. Princess Kaiulani, Annie’s half-sister, was not present, having been sent to England for school almost a year earlier.

The wedding reception at Ainahau, the Cleghorn home in Waikiki, was well attended and the Royal Hawaiian Band played on the lawn.

Pictured: Annie Cleghorn. PC: Hawaii State Archives.

Two more one-of-a-kind Lauhala hats have been added to our online Palace Shop! Handcrafted by talented local artisans fr...
12/19/2020

Two more one-of-a-kind Lauhala hats have been added to our online Palace Shop! Handcrafted by talented local artisans from members of the Oahu weaving club Ulana Me Ka lokomaikai, the styles shown are now available on our online store for a limited time or until sold out: https://iolani-palace-shop.mybigcommerce.com/apparel.

Hat 1: "Pikoole" by David Kaneko (measurement: 21")
Hat 2: "Fedora Palua Pattern" by Ipolani Vaughan (measurement: 21.5")

Twice a week, two additional hats will be added online for purchase. Be sure to check our social media for updates. You may also stop by the Palace Shop at Iolani Palace to browse the full collection.

#Onthisday in 1890, Liliuokalani, along with teachers, students, friends, and other dignitaries, attended Kamehameha Sch...
12/19/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, Liliuokalani, along with teachers, students, friends, and other dignitaries, attended Kamehameha School’s Founders Day program. During the program, Justice Albert Francis Judd gave an address, the Kamehameha Glee Club sang several songs, then the attendees were invited to visit the newly opened machine shops.

Pictured: Albert Francis Judd. PC: Hawaii State Archives.

#Onthisday in 1890, Liliuokalani was among nearly 50 ladies and gentlemen who met at the YMCA Hall to talk about creatin...
12/18/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, Liliuokalani was among nearly 50 ladies and gentlemen who met at the YMCA Hall to talk about creating a society for studying and performing publicly oratorio music. During the meeting, Liliuokalani was elected patroness, the society’s name was decided upon (Hawaiian Oratorio Society), and a resolution was passed to immediately order copies of sheet music for the Messiah with rehearsals to start as soon as they arrived.

Pictured: YMCA of Honolulu

#Onthisday in 1890, King Kalakaua left San Francisco traveling in Colonel Crocker’s private rail car. He and his party a...
12/18/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, King Kalakaua left San Francisco traveling in Colonel Crocker’s private rail car. He and his party arrived in Monterey in the afternoon. He was to return to San Francisco four days later on December 21 but based on stories in the San Francisco newspapers, Kalakaua appears to have returned much earlier.

Pictured: Charles Crocker

Our holiday sale ends this Saturday! Now through December 19, receive 20% off in-store purchases and 15% off online orde...
12/17/2020

Our holiday sale ends this Saturday! Now through December 19, receive 20% off in-store purchases and 15% off online orders (exclusions apply) in celebration of the holidays. Use code ‘xmas15’ at online checkout. Save on jewelry, mugs, puzzles, music, apparel, and more! Our favorite pick is the 2020 Iolani Palace ornament, Halia Aloha (second photo). Complete your collection with past ornaments, too!

The Palace Shop located in Hale Koa (Iolani Barracks) is open Wednesday through Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Browse our online store here: https://iolani-palace-shop.mybigcommerce.com.

Introducing the newest addition to our specialty tours. ✨  During the White Glove Tour, guests will go beyond the stanch...
12/16/2020

Introducing the newest addition to our specialty tours. ✨ During the White Glove Tour, guests will go beyond the stanchions during a private and intimate tour led by the Iolani Palace Historian. Get a closer look at many precious objects in the Throne Room, State Dining Room and King Kalakaua’s Library. Guests will hear stories of the monarchs and learn of their distinguished place in Hawaii’s history as well as their impact on the world.

The tour concludes in the Palace attic where guests will slip on a keepsake pair of white gloves for the unique chance to view items in the Palace collection not on display to the general public. They’ll learn about the special care it takes to protect and preserve these precious cultural objects for future generations.

The 90-minute specialty tour is now available on Thursdays at 2:30 p.m. Visit our website to learn more and book your tour now: www.iolanipalace.org/visit/tours-admission/white-glove-tour

Just added to the Palace Shop: one-of-a-kind Lauhala hats. Handcrafted by talented local artisans from members of the Oa...
12/16/2020

Just added to the Palace Shop: one-of-a-kind Lauhala hats. Handcrafted by talented local artisans from members of the Oahu weaving club Ulana Me Ka lokomaikai, the first two styles are now available on our online store for a limited time. Twice a week, two additional hats will be added online for purchase. Be sure to check our social media for updates.

Hat 1: Overlay by Marcie Omura — UPDATE: SOLD
Hat 2: Pikoole with Hiilu edge by David Kaneko — UPDATE: SOLD
Hat 3: Top Hat by Steve Prieto (available December 17 at 10 a.m.)
Hat 4: Papale Hiilu Edge by Mariko Kobayashi (available December 17 at 10 a.m.)

Pick the perfect hat to compliment your style or gift it to a loved one! Shop our online store or stop by the Palace Shop at Iolani Palace to browse the full collection.

#Onthisday in 1890 in Honolulu, Liliuokalani attended a concert by the Kamehameha Glee Club at the Music Hall across the...
12/15/2020

#Onthisday in 1890 in Honolulu, Liliuokalani attended a concert by the Kamehameha Glee Club at the Music Hall across the street from the Palace. The concert was a fundraiser for the school’s athletic association. The proceeds were reported to be $4,86.75, which would approximately be $14,024.96 today.

Pictured: Honolulu Music Hall

#Onthisday in 1890, King Kalakaua attended services at Grace Church in San Francisco at 11 am. Then around 2 pm accompan...
12/14/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, King Kalakaua attended services at Grace Church in San Francisco at 11 am. Then around 2 pm accompanied by Colonel Baker, Consul-General McKinley, and Judge Wideman of Honolulu, the King was driven to Fisherman's Wharf, where they boarded the yacht The Lurline as guests of Adolph Spreckels.

The Lurline headed across the bay to Sausalito, but the wind was so light that they stalled in the waters off Alcatraz. While they waited for the wind to pick up, a late lunch was served.

Just before dark, a different vessel was sent out to bring the party ashore. While the party drank their fourth bottle of champagne, His Majesty confessed that he enjoyed the cruise considerably more than the stormy voyage from Hawaii to San Francisco on the USS Charleston.

Pictured: Alcatraz Island

#Onthisday in 1890, King Kalakaua spent the day at the State University (University of California, Berkeley). Professor ...
12/12/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, King Kalakaua spent the day at the State University (University of California, Berkeley). Professor Martian Kellogg, acting President of the university, notified students that at 2 pm Kalakaua would be reviewing the University Battalion and inspecting the various colleges. Six hours later, Kalakaua reviewed the 2nd Brigade of the National Guard of California at the Mechanics’ Pavilion.

Kalakaua closed out his day by attending the charity ball hosted by and in support of the Woman’s Exchange at Pioneer Hall. The Woman’s Exchange was an organization whose main goal was to assist “needy gentlewomen to earn a living.” Kalakaua arrived at 10 pm to the strains of the Hawaiian national anthem and was escorted to a temporary throne over which hung the Hawaiian flag. After meeting the organizing committee and other prominent guests, Kalakaua retreated to the downstairs banquet hall and dancing resumed after the meal.

Pictured:
First image - ad for the charity ball in the San Francisco Call.
Second image - Professor Kellog. PC: University of California History Digital Archives.

#Onthisday in 1890, Her Royal Highness the Princess Regent held an audience in the Blue Room of Iolani Palace. Attending...
12/11/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, Her Royal Highness the Princess Regent held an audience in the Blue Room of Iolani Palace. Attending that morning was His Majesty’s Acting Chamberlain, Mr. Jas. W. Robertson, Chief Justice and Chancellor of the Kingdom Alfred F. Judd, Associate Justice (Hawaiian Kingdom’s Supreme Court) McCully.

Because they were hearing cases in Honolulu and on Maui Associate Justice Dole (Hawaiian Kingdom’s Supreme Court) and Second Associate Justice (Hawaiian Kingdom’s Supreme Court) Bickerton were unable to attend.

Pictured: A photo of Albert F. Judd and a sketch of Judge Bickerton.

#Onthisday in 1890, King Kalakaua was scheduled to dine at the Pacific-Union Club as a guest of E. L. G. Steel who had i...
12/10/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, King Kalakaua was scheduled to dine at the Pacific-Union Club as a guest of E. L. G. Steel who had invited about 20 guests representing legal and business interests of the state of California. Kalakaua, who had passed the bar in Hawaii in 1869, met with members of the legal profession wherever he traveled.

Pictured: Present-day Pacific-Union Club in San Francisco

When traveling, even His Majesty required rest and relaxation. #Onthisday in 1890, Kalakaua stayed in his rooms at the P...
12/08/2020

When traveling, even His Majesty required rest and relaxation. #Onthisday in 1890, Kalakaua stayed in his rooms at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco and received visitors.

Pictured: The Palace Hotel in the 1890s

#Onthisday in 1890, the Princess Regent Liliuokalani attended the dedication of a new church in Waialua, Oahu. While the...
12/07/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, the Princess Regent Liliuokalani attended the dedication of a new church in Waialua, Oahu. While the newspapers do not name the church, the Hawaiian Gazette noted the church cost $5,200 to build, nearly $150,000 in today’s dollars. A concert held the day before and the Sunday collection plate added another $200 to the church’s coffers, more than $5,700 today.

Hours earlier in California, King Kalakaua attended the divine service at Trinity Episcopal Church on Powell and Post streets in San Francisco. That afternoon he visited with Mrs. Claus Spreckels and if the weather permitted, he planned to drive through a park, visit the Cliff house and an ocean beach. California newspapers do not say if he was able to carry out his plans.

Take a closer look at the relationship between the Hawaiian Kingdom and Japan with our newest specialty tour: Hawaii’s R...
12/07/2020

Take a closer look at the relationship between the Hawaiian Kingdom and Japan with our newest specialty tour: Hawaii’s Royal Connection to Japan.

The tour explores how the Hawaiian Kingdom established the relationship with the Asian nation that continues to the present day. This exclusive opportunity brings King Kalakaua’s 1881 journey to Japan to life. During this docent-led tour, guests will get access to restricted areas throughout the Palace for an up-close look at precious objects, learn about people in Kalakaua’s inner circle, and hear stories about the King’s efforts to strengthen the Kingdom’s position on the world stage.

The 45-minute specialty tour is now available on Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m. and is available in Japanese upon request. The Hawaii’s Royal Connection to Japan tour is $49.95 per adult and $24.95 for children (ages 5 to 12) and is limited to a maximum of 4 guests, who will each receive a special souvenir keepsake.

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#Onthisday in 1890, old friends and former residents of Hawaii visited with King Kalakaua at his hotel in San Francisco....
12/06/2020

#Onthisday in 1890, old friends and former residents of Hawaii visited with King Kalakaua at his hotel in San Francisco. In the afternoon, prominent citizens including former Governor Frederick Low, and a visiting congressional committee called on the King. During this afternoon meeting, Major General W. H. Diamond invited the King to a ‘special review’ of the Second Brigade, National Guard California to be held at the King’s pleasure. In other words, you pick the time and day and we’ll be there.

Because the Major General was a former Hawaii resident, they must have had some catching up to do. Kalakaua accepted the invitation and December 12 at 8 pm was the agreed upon time.

Pictured: Former California Governor

#Onthisday in 1890 at noon, Kalakaua invested Admiral Brown with the Knight Grand officer of the Order of Kalakaua, Capt...
12/05/2020

#Onthisday in 1890 at noon, Kalakaua invested Admiral Brown with the Knight Grand officer of the Order of Kalakaua, Captain Remy the Knight Commander Order of Kalakaua, and Flag Lieutenant Dyer Knight Commander Order of Kalakaua. The honors were accepted on the condition that an act of Congress be passed permitting the three officers to wear the decorations.

The three new knights were then treated to an elaborate breakfast in His Majesty’s private dining room.

It wasn’t until 1897 that Congress acted allowing the officers who received orders from Kalakaua and Liliuokalani to wear their decorations. The consent of Congress was necessary because Article One, Section 9 of the United States Constitution states, “no title of nobility shall be granted by the United States; and no person holding any office of profit or trust under them, shall, without the consent of the Congress, accept of any present, emolument, office, or title, of any kind whatever, from any king, prince, or foreign state.”

Pictured: The Order of Kalakaua

#OnThis Day in 1890, Consul-General of Hawaii and brother of President William McKinley,  David Allison McKinley, hosted...
12/04/2020

#OnThis Day in 1890, Consul-General of Hawaii and brother of President William McKinley, David Allison McKinley, hosted a reception for the King. The invitation read:

“His Hawaiian Majesty’s Consul-General desires the pleasure of your company to assist in receiving HIS MAJESTY, KING KALAKAUA Who is expected on the United States steamer Charleston about Thursday, the 4th inst. You will please meet at the Palace Hotel parlors on being notified of the hour.”

This reception was held at 5 pm. Governor Waterman, Mayor Pond, representatives of commercial organizations, and prominent citizens were among the guests.

Pictured: Consul General David Allison McKinley

The Daily Alta, a California newspaper, provided some details about the USS Charleston’s departure from Honolulu that we...
12/03/2020

The Daily Alta, a California newspaper, provided some details about the USS Charleston’s departure from Honolulu that were not reported in the English Honolulu papers.

On the day before the Charleston was to depart, many of the King's subjects came on board with presents of beef, lambs, ducks, fruits, and fresh vegetables for the King. This furnished a generous supply of food for the officers, crew, and passengers during the entire trip.

Kalakaua is pictured in the white trousers on the Charleston.

‘Tis the season to shop and save at the Palace Shops!Beginning today through December 12, receive a 20% discount on your...
12/02/2020

‘Tis the season to shop and save at the Palace Shops!

Beginning today through December 12, receive a 20% discount on your in-store purchases or 15% off online orders (exclusions apply) in celebration of the holidays. Use code ‘xmas15’ at online checkout. Get your shopping done early, or treat yourself to a holiday gift.

Stop by the Palace Shop and pick up a special holiday gift basket — a new in-store exclusive! With five options, you’ll find one to fit your style and budget. Select from the Hookipa, Kalakaua, Kapiolani, Liliuokalani, or Keiki baskets, each containing a selection of popular and specialty items exclusive to the Palace Shops. Prices range from $45 to $80.

The Palace Shop located in Hale Koa (Iolani Barracks) is open Wednesday through Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Browse our online store at https://iolani-palace-shop.mybigcommerce.com.

In December of 1890, King Kalakaua visited the West Coast of the United States for his health. He would remain there for...
12/02/2020

In December of 1890, King Kalakaua visited the West Coast of the United States for his health. He would remain there for five or six weeks and planned to spend all his time in California, with a week or so in the southern part of the state.

This month, we will highlight many of the King’s plans and happenings while he was traveling.

GivingTuesday is a global day of giving that supports non-profits like The Friends of Iolani Palace.Today on #GivingTues...
12/01/2020

GivingTuesday is a global day of giving that supports non-profits like The Friends of Iolani Palace.

Today on #GivingTuesday, please consider making a gift to The Friends of Iolani Palace to support our mission to protect, preserve, and perpetuate one of the most important legacies in Hawaii’s history.
www.iolanipalace.org/donations-membership/individual-giving/individual-giving-form

Mahalo for your support!

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11/30/2020

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On November 28, 1843, the Hawaiian Kingdom was recognized as an independent nation by Great Britain and France. The day ...
11/28/2020

On November 28, 1843, the Hawaiian Kingdom was recognized as an independent nation by Great Britain and France. The day was celebrated as a national holiday until 1903.

#OnThisDay in 1890 in the middle of the Pacific Ocean on their way to California, the wardroom officers of the U.S.S. Charleston observed Hawaiian Independence Day with a dinner for their royal passenger, King Kalakaua. Their menu included the following:

- Tomato Soup
- Mullet with tartare sauce
- Roast pig with apple sauce
- Roast turkey with cranberry sauce
- Sweet potatoes, string beans, baked potatoes, and olives
- Mince pie, nuts and raisins
- Tea and coffee

The meal was then followed by a musical program.

Pictured: Kalakaua aboard the Charleston. PC: Hawaii State Archives.

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PO Box 2259
Honolulu, HI
96813

Travel to the Palace on The Bus. From Waikiki: Board bus number *2* (School Street-Middle Street) or *13* (Liliha-Puunui Avenue) on Kuhio Avenue heading away from Diamond Head. Ride to the intersection of Hotel and Alakea streets and walk to the palace grounds. To return to Waikiki: Walk toward the ocean to King Street at Punchbowl Street and take the *2* (Waikiki-Kapiolani Park), *13* (Waikiki-Campbell Avenue) or *Route B - City Express!* (Waikiki). You may also take the *19*,* 20* or *42* Waikiki Beach and Hotels at the same stop. Buses run about 10 minutes apart. Check www.thebus.org for updates or for directions from elsewhere.

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Friday 09:00 - 16:00
Saturday 09:00 - 16:00

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