Very fun place to visit and shop and eat, whether adult or kid. I didn't see the show but walked around the complex, browsed many shops and kiosks. Had dinner at Pounders. Free parking and good atmosphere, a must on north east Oahu.
Polynesian Cultural Center
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- General Info:
- The Polynesian Cultural Center, opened by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in October 1963, is considered one of the world s most successful cultural theme attractions that help preserve and perpetuate the more ideal aspects of Polynesian culture, and provides work opportunities for students at the adjoining Brigham Young University Hawaii. Since opening, more than 30 million visitors have been introduced to the Polynesian people, their arts and customs; and more than 12,000 BYU-Hawaii students have helped finance their educational objectives while working as the guides, performers and other PCC employees serving people from all over the world.
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Reservations: (808) 293-3333
Phone: (808) 293-3351
Fax: (808) 293-3194
Wow! What a wonderful place to visit. This is a definite must for your trip to Oahu. They have so much information about the various cultures that make up the Hawaiian people. Lots of fun interactive activities. The luau is delicious. I love the poi dinner rolls. The nightly show is amazing!!
Posted: 3/3/2010Provided by Citysearch -
We loved our visit to PCC in early Feb 2010. Everyone was very welcoming and helpful but we especially enjoyed the young people. Most were very willing to talk to us about anything we asked. The facility was immaculately clean. Prices on gift items were very reasonable. In fact, we made a second trip just to shop. Thoroughly enjoyed the villages and talking with the people in each one. Demonstrations and shows in each one were worth watching. The show that night was breathtaking. We were somewhat disappointed in the food at the luau having eaten authentic Hawaiian food at other places. Overall, we consider our day at PCC as one of the best parts of our two week visit to Oahu. Very handicapped accessible if you bring your own scooter.\r <br>\r