Hānaiakamalama, more commonly known as Queen Emma Summer Palace, was the secluded mountain-home and summer retreat of Queen Emma of Hawai‘i from 1857 to 1885, her husband King Kamehameha IV and their son, Prince Albert Edward.
Originally built in 1847, the Daughters of Hawai‘i acquired the home in 1915, narrowly avoiding the demolition of the house and construction of a baseball field on the grounds. The Territorial Government granted the Daughters the use of the home and 22,750 square feet of the grounds.
Hānaiakamalama is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and houses a collection of Queen Emma’s belongings, antiques, furnishings and royal regalia. Today, the Summer Palace is a historic landmark, museum, and tourist site preserved and operated by the Daughters of Hawaiʻi.