Father Damien Churches are some of the oldest structures on Molokai. Located throughout the island, this church in particular was built in 1876 and is formerly known as St. Joseph’s Church. It is the second oldest of the Father Damien Churches, and is still open for worship.
The Valley of the Temples memorial park on the east side of Oahu is a peaceful escape and home to the Byodo-In Temple.
Standing tall and spreading the Aloha Spirit at Waikiki Beach is the Statue of Duke Kahanamoku. Make sure to take your picture with him!
Honoring the fallen battleship, the USS Oklahoma Memorial is one of several popular Pearl Harbor museums and memorials.
One of Oahu’s best kept secrets is the serene Byodo-In Temple. A must see Hawaii attraction, the temple has been used in LOST, Hawaii 5-0, Magnum PI, and many other notable films.
Standing to honor the heroes of World War II and December 7, 1941, the USS Arizona Memorial is the centerpiece of Pearl Harbor’s museums and memorials.
At the top of Oahu is Punchbowl National Cemetery, a military cemetery built after World War II and the attacks on Pearl Harbor.
The Eternal Flame Memorial, burning since December 7, 1944, is one of several memorials throughout the city of Honolulu