Honolulu Buildings & Towers
Standing tall at 184 ft, this Hawaiian landmark was built in 1926, overlooking Honolulu Harbor. An observation deck is located on the 10th floor, providing sweeping views of entire harbor, as well as acting as a harbor control and maritime communications center. Currently, the tower houses an array of shops, restaurants and bars.
Hawii State Capitol Building
The Hawaii State Capitol building in Honolulu replaced 'Iolani Palace in 1969 as the home for the state government's offices. Boasting a unique architectural design, visitors can see the many features which represent Hawaiian beliefs, legends and culture, including 40 columns which circle the building which symbolize Hawaii's palm trees. Tours are offered Monday through Friday at 1:30pm.