We Visited The Polynesian Cultural Center - Here's Why It Is Voted Hawaii's #1 Attraction

55% of Americans said they travel to learn something new about a place, culture, or history.

So perhaps it is not a surprise that over one million people visit The Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu a year, voted the top thing to do in Hawaii.

Located on Oahu’s eastern North Shore, about 1 hour from Waikiki, it is the only cultural attraction of its kind in the world.

Across 42 acres, they’ve recreated six historical villages to explore and experience – Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Tahiti, Hawaii, and Aotearoa (New Zealand).

Family Fun That's Educational

My young kids, who typically complain their way through historical buildings and vacation tours, absolutely had a blast.

The Only All-Hawaiian Luau Option

Their new show shares stories from Queen Liliuokalani’s life, told through her own words, songs, and original compositions.

One day here means experiencing island countries without a passport, attending  a luau, and seeing one of the top shows, the Ha: Breath of Life spectacular

Experience So Much in One Day

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