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Polynesian Cultural Center

55-370 Kamehameah Hwy., Laie, Oahu, HI 96762-2113
+1 800-367-7060
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US$59.95*
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Polynesian Cultural Center Admission
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US$99.95*
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Polynesian Cultural Center Luau
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US$194.12*
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The Polynesian Cultural Center is one of the most visited destinations in Hawaii! Our beautiful 42 acre park, which sits along the northeast edge of Oahu, features six distinct Polynesian villages, Hawaii, Aotearoa, Fiji, Tahiti, Tonga and Samoa. We offer numerous dining options including daily luaus which provides a delicious island themed buffet and lively entertainment. Our award winning evening show, Ha: Breath of Life features over 100 Polynesian performers, presenting a stirring tale of love, adventure, life and death and featuring championship level fireknife dancers and jaw dropping special effects. We also provide a variety of shops and kiosks offering everything from aloha inspired clothing to quality ukuleles, and island souvenirs to fine jewelry.
  • Excellent62%
  • Very good22%
  • Average8%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible4%
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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 via mobile

This trip was a fantastic experience. We booked the Transport Inclusive package which was quite handy. The guide there was knowledgeable about the local area, telling us about the movie shooting locations of Aloha, Jurasic Park, 50 First Dates and the like. When we got...More

Thank Munya G
Reviewed 1 week ago

The villiage itself was so so, not sure if because it's not the high tourist season but there just didn't seem to be much to do. However the Breathe of life show was just amazing. totally worth the wait. I would skip the luau for...More

Thank aussiejovimum
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a wonderful experience at the Polynesian Cultural Center. We enjoyed our tour guide (we were on a Prime Ambassador Package) who often gave us insights into the beautiful foliage with a sense of humor. We weren't expecting rain that day, and they provided...More

Thank Linda P
Reviewed 1 week ago

An absolutely fantastic place to visit and learn about the various Polynesian cultures. Allow a full day the center opens at midday and the show finishes at about 8/30 Pm. Plenty to see and do.

Thank bill b
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Be prepared to learn all things Polynesian culture. One day won't be enough, unless you have the Ambassador tour guide to keep you on track! So many different activities and shows, you'll definitely want to keep a close eye to your itinerary. Absolutely wonderful learning...More

Thank Amy D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went with my family on the big Luau package. We got a half tour guide with only little bits of two villages. Pure Disney. Maybe OK for kids if the religious side doesn't creap you out. I'd never recommend it...sorry, this wasn't a great or...More

Thank Craig C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Mahalo, Bulla, Kia Ora, Talofa... great day out learning about the Polynesian Cultures. the guided tour with Beatrice was great, and informational. i alse bought 2 pairs of there shoes (flip flops) very comfy!!

Thank S J A
Reviewed 1 week ago

The show is one of the best I’ve ever seen. The dancing and story are amazing. It is worth a drive from Waikiki.

Thank jack3294
Reviewed 1 week ago

Wow, this place is fantastic. It's sort of like the Polynesian version of a Renaissance Faire. You learn about all the different cultures and there are hands on learning stations. The staff is simply amazing. The Luau was delightful and not particularly cheesy. The post...More

Thank atxdestiny
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a great place to visit for an introduction to the Polynesian culture and islands. The guides are interesting and we especially enjoyed the canoe ride through the different villages. The best part of the whole experience was the dinner Luau which featured music,...More

Thank JayRockStar
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Dominic L
5 December 2017|
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Response from Dan R | Reviewed this property |
No but there are tours that you can sign up for that pick you up and drop you off at the hotels.
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SandyRLTantallonNS
23 November 2017|
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Response from jajavalB | Reviewed this property |
8:45pm, taking 1:30 to arrive waikiki from Laie , PCC
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Sam S
5 November 2017|
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Response from Randell P | Reviewed this property |
We just stayed at Turtle bay in October and drove down. We drove down, it's a short drive. Lots of parking. I agree skip the luau, we did it, and it was disappointing. But they do have an all you can eat buffet with... More
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