QUEEN EMMA SUMMER PALACE
Honolulu, Hawaii (Oahu)
Built in 1848, Queen Emma Summer Palace is one of the only remaining examples of Greek Revival architecture in Hawai‘i. The home served as summer retreat for Queen Emma, her husband King Kamehameha IV, and their son, Prince Albert Edward. Today the home is a historic site, museum, & center for cultural education programs, preserved by non-profit organization, Daughters of Hawai‘i which also maintains Hulihe‘e Palace—historic site & museum—located on Hawai‘i Island.
Due to COVID-19 capacity restrictions, reservations are required. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make reservation. To get 10% off admission, you can pay via email, phone or upon arrival. Please present printed coupon or coupon shown on smartphone upon arrival.
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