Hulihee Palace

Hulihee Palace
Built during the early 19th century out of locally sourced lava rock, Hulihee Palace is located within the Kailua-Kona area of the Big Island and off Alii Drive. The impressive landmark was once used by Hawaiian royalty as a holiday home, although today operates as a museum / attraction.
Hulihee Palace is now filled with memorabilia relating to its past regal residents, which include King Kalakaua, who gave the palace the new title of 'Hikulani Hale' after himself, since this literally translates as the 'House of the Seventh Leader'. During the Big Island's earthquake of 2006, the Hulihee Palace suffered minor structural damage, although this was little more than cracks in some of the walls, with a renovation project soon resolving the problems.

Address: 75-5718 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona, The Big Island, HI-96740, Hawaii (HI), USA, US
Tel: +1 808 329 1877


Open: Tuesday to Saturday - 09:00 to 16:00, Sunday - 10:00 to 16:00
Admission: charge