What to Expect
Kapiolani Park was created by King Kalakaua in the 1870's. This beautiful 500-acre park is listed on the State's Historic Register as many of its exceptional trees date back over 100 years. Kapiolani Park is the site of historic Diamond Head, the famous Kodak Hula Show, the world renown 42-acre Honolulu Zoo, the Waikiki Shell, home to many outdoor concerts and shows, the Sunday Art Shows, the Tennis Courts, the Soccer Fields, the Archery Range, and even a 3-mile jogger's course, which encompasses part of the Honolulu Marathon Course.
Local families and tourists alike enjoy the shady picnic sites and open grassy areas perfect for sporting events. The Royal Hawaiian Band provides free concerts every Sunday afternoon in the Kapiolani Bandstand.
Located at the east end of Waikiki bordered by Kalakaua Avenue, Monsarrat Avenue, and Paki Avenue.
Meter and free parking available along the street and in two lots located beside the Honolulu Zoo and Waikiki Shell.