The mission of the Polynesian Cultural Center is to preserve and portray the cultures, arts, and crafts of the islands of Polynesia.
The mission of the Polynesian Cultural Center is to “preserve and portray the cultures, arts, and crafts of the islands of Polynesia”. This unique place celebrates the peoples and cultures of Aoteraroa (Maori New Zealand), Fiji, Hawaii, Marquesas (French Polynesia), Samoa, Tahiti, and Tonga.
Feel like an ambassador in Polynesia. Get general admission, our award-winning Ali‘i Luau and special seating at our evening show. Plus, enjoy a small group guided tour through our villages.
– Shell lei greeting
– 6 Island Villages & Exhibits
– Canoe Rides
– Tram tour of Laie
– Go Native activities
– Small group guided tour
– Canoe Pageant
– “Hawaiian Journey” cinematic experience
– Flower lei greeting at Luau
– Luau Dinner Buffet & Luau show
– Souvenir DVD
– Backstage Tour
– Ambassador-Level seats at “Ha: Breath of Life” show
More info about Honolulu:
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More info about United States:
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