A must-see tourist attraction that offers live entertainment, tasty dinners, and amazing sights and sounds of island life.
The Polynesian Cultural Center has lots of family-friendly fun. Here, you will be able to experience a Polynesian cultural tour unlike any other. There are 6 different island nations you can learn about and hear from during your visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center including Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, and New Zealand. These presentations are interactive and can help you gain hands-on experience about the native traditions of islanders such as how they fish, their singing and dancing, the significance of their tattoos, and watch the men show off feats of strength.
Don't forget to stop by the Hukilau Marketplace to find souvenirs, shirts, sweets, tropical home decor, wood carvings, and more. You can also stop by the Kap art gallery. Kap makes a variety of sculptures, pottery, ceramics, paintings, carvings, and weavings that you can buy as a memento for your visit. There is even a Polynesian football hall of fame that has free admission and is there to honor the greatest Polynesian football players and coaches that have been involved in the NFL.
The Pacific Theater hosts the Ha Breath of Life evening show. This is where you can watch over 100 Polynesian dancers perform on stage and portray a story about birth, love, triumph, and all the experiences common to island life. Tickets sell out quickly so be sure to book this in advance to get the best seats in the house. The super ambassador seating will put you right up next to the stage and ambassador seating is right behind those premium seats. This show is great for the whole family to enjoy and is something you should definitely attend during your stay. Multiple dinner options are available to guests as well including different food stands, an all-you-can-eat luau buffet, and an island buffet served in a spacious dining hall.