This is a quite, relaxing stop during a busy visit to Waikiki. Museum reveals the history of Waikiki and its importance to the military during WWII
To go is free but isn't open on Monday. Has a lot of great displays and explains a lot of the history of Hawaii with regards to the Native Hawaiians, the people from main land USA and the Japanese people that already lived in Hawaii. The museum was a fort of some description in its past history and the big... More
Very straight forward information and the models are really great. A lot of relics and artifacts. It is very informative!
This was a good little museum, not much on the interactive side of things and could have been a bit better laid out but it gave a great overview of both the Hawaiian cultural military history and the history since it became a US territory. Worth an hour to look around if you've got a rainy afternoon, like we had.
Visited whilst exploring the Waikiki beach area on Veterans Day. Museum is free to enter, and is situated in the former gun battery- a really interesting building. Exhibits are comprehensive and span the history of Hawaii at war, from spears and canoes all the way through to Vietnam and further on. Volunteers are veterans. Would suggest the museum is best... More
This museum really gives a detailed explanation of the military history of Hawaii. It is very well done and the volunteers are very knowledgeable and eager to answer any questions asked. It is in a good location, a comfortable walk from Waikiki. R
Was great to visit and get a little more in depth info on history The exhibits are very good to see and visit and to,take photos of Nothing like seeing everything in person and getting a look first hand of the history Worth going to,have a look through
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