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Historic house museum portrayal of life at the Hawaiian Royal Court during the late monarchy period: 1882-1893.
THE FRIENDS of `IOLANI PALACE MISSION STATEMENT
To preserve, restore, interpret, share and celebrate the unique cultural, historical and spiritual qualities of `Iolani Palace and its grounds for the benefit of native Hawaiians, the people of Hawai`i and the world.
NA MAKAMAKA O KA HALE ALI`I `O `IOLANI KE KUMU HO`OKO HANA
E malama, ho`iho`i hou, wehewehe, ka`ana a ho`ohiwahiwa i ke `ano laha `ole o ka mo`omeheu, ka mo`aukala a me ka mana o ka Hale Ali`i `o `Iolani a me kona pa no ka pono o ke kanaka `oiwi a me ka po`e o Hawai`i nei a me ke ko ke ao nei.
The only State Residence of Royalty in the United States, `Iolani Palace was the official residence of King Kalakaua and his sister and successor, Queen Lili`uokalani, the last monarchs of Hawai`i, 1882-1893.
`Iolani Palace is a registered National Historic Landmark.
Restored in 1977, it is now a historic house museum managed by The Friends of `Iolani Palace.
The Friends of `Iolani Palace is a nonprofit citizens' organization founded in 1966 and dedicated to the
restoration and preservation of `Iolani Palace.
Guided tours through restored rooms. Video history. Weekly band concerts.
Located at the corner of King and Richards Streets in Downtown Honolulu.
Check with us at a later date.
Alice F. Guild, Acting Managing Director
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