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King Kamehameha V - Judiciary History Center (Ali`iolani Hale), Honolulu

King Kamehameha V - Judiciary History Center (Ali`iolani Hale) - Honolulu, Hawaii
King Kamehameha V - Judiciary History Center (Ali`iolani Hale)
417 South King Street, Honolulu, HI 96813Map
+1 808 539 4999
Neighborhood: Downtown/Honolulu Harbor
Overview

Ali`iolani Hale is an important historical building in downtown Honolulu; originally designated as a new royal palace, it was completed in 1874, and currently houses the Judiciary History Center of Hawaii. The structure is modeled on the architecture of the Italian Renaissance masters, and a golden statue of King Kamahameha I has been erected on the lawn. The Center is the hub of legal activity and education, and is open to the general public. Other government offices are also housed alongside it in Ali`iolani Hale.

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King Kamehameha V - Judiciary History Center (Ali`iolani Hale) General Information
  • Open Hours: Monday to Friday from 08:00 AM to 04:00 PM
  • Type: Attractions & Landmarks
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