Honolulu Specialty Attractions
Centerstage at Ala Moana features over 500 live performances every year, with free entertainment featuring local groups and international stars. Located at Center Court, the stage's Centertainment includes the Keiki Hula Show every Sunday morning.
Manana Island sits on the Windward side of Oahu, north of Makapu'u Point. This island is also known as Rabbit Island because of its rabbit-like shape and residency of many of the furry creatures. Manana Island can be seen from several beaches along the coast, as well as from Makapu'u Point.
Chinaman's Hat is a cone shaped outcropping of lava off Kualoa Point. This small island can be seen from a number of vantage points along the coast, however for the best view, one must go to the island directly via kayak. This island features an exclusive beach, small cave, a steep volcanic cone and marvelous views of the Koolau Mountains.
Located on Waikiki Beach, Fort DeRussy was an Army reservation built in 1915 to protect Honolulu and Pearl Harbor. Today this fort pays tribute to all branches of the United Stated Armed Services. This fort is one of five Fort DeRussy in the United States. A museum housed inside an old coastal artillery battery is also on-site.
Falls of Clyde
The Falls of Clyde is the only surviving, four-masted sailing ship left in the world. It was built in 1878 in Scotland before sailing all over the Pacific. The ship arrived in Hawaii in 1899 and was later entered into the National Register of Historic Places. The Falls of Clyde can be viewed at Honolulu Harbor, as part of of the Hawaii Maritime Center.