Military Discounts & Incentives
The Polynesian Cultural Center is Proud to Offer a Military Discount at all on-island ITT and MWR offices in Appreciation of the Military Community.
Please contact your nearest ITT or MWR office to get the latest military specials for the Polynesian Cultural Center.
NATIONAL MILITARY APPRECIATION MONTH SPECIAL OFFERS FOR MAY
Polynesian Cultural Center Partners:
Coast Guard Base Honolulu
400 Sand Island Parkway
Honolulu, HI 96819-4326
MCCS ITT Kaneohe Bay
MCCS ITT Camp Smith
Building 4, 2nd Deck
Fleet Store ITT
810 Willamette Street Bldg 1786
Pearl Harbor, HI 96860
NEX ITT-NEX Mall at Pearl Harbor
Barbers Point ITT
Wahiawa Annex ITT
Ph: 808-564-4445 or 808-564-4446
Schofield Barracks LTS
Bldg 3320 Flagview Mall
Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 96857
Attraction Office Line: 808-655-9971
Travel Office Line: 808-655-6055
Fort Shafter LTS
Bldg 550 PXMarket
Fort Shafter, Hawaii 96858 Ph: 808-438-1985
ABOUT POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTER
Located on Oahu’s beautiful North Shore, the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) is the only cultural tourist attraction of its kind in the world and a favorite of all visitors to Hawaii. An engaging, interactive celebration showcasing the people, culture, arts and crafts of Polynesia, the PCC has entertained millions of visitors from around the world since opening in 1963. A non-profit organization, 100 percent of PCC’s revenue goes to daily operations and to support the education of its student-employees from neighboring Brigham Young University-Hawaii.
With its large lagoon, waterfalls, lush tropical flora, and an "erupting" volcano, the Polynesian Cultural Center captures all the romance and excitement of the South Pacific islands.
A visit to this famous Hawaii attraction represents a chance to travel through Polynesia in a single day, and participate in the celebration of centuries of Polynesian culture — no passport required.
GET THE FULL POLYNESIA EXPERIENCE
Spend the day exploring the rich heritage of the Pacific Islands. Wander through 42 acres of tropical splendor and enjoy the adventure of traditional hands-on activities. Dine like royalty at an authentic Polynesian luau and top it off with the most spectacular evening show in the islands, Ha: Breath of Life. All of Polynesia in one exciting place.
DAY EXPERIENCE (Noon-6pm Daily)
Visit authentic villages and mingle with natives from six Pacific cultures as they demonstrate their arts.
Step inside our gates and enter a world of discovery and adventure. As you visit each village you immerse yourself in their distinct and beautiful culture. Meet the people, taste the food, play, sing and dance. See why our guests call this the “best cultural experience on the island”.
In the event of inclement weather, events and indoor shows will continue to operate, including all Village presentations, the Ali'i Luau, Prime Dining, Island Buffet, BBQ Lunch, and the Ha:Breath of Life Evening show. For the safety and comfort of our guests and staff, some outdoor events and presentations may temporarily close until weather improves and safe to resume activities.
Learn more about Exploring the Island Nations of Polynesia
Luau and Dinner (4:45 pm to 6:45 pm Daily)
Set against a backdrop of Polynesia, our ALI I LUAU is a Royal feast that includes traditional luau food (kalua pork, lomi salmon, poi and more...) and authentic Hawaiian entertainment. Includes a Flower Lei.
Learn more about The Luau and Dinning Options
The Evening Show (7:30 pm - 9 pm Daily)
H?: BREATH OF LIFE. A STORY OF PASSION, IGNITED BY FIRE, SONG AND DANCE. The symbolic story of Mana and his beloved Lani, punctuated by Polynesian dance, music and blazing fireknives, is told in “H?: Breath of Life,” a stunning, new evening show featuring over 100 Polynesian natives, special effects, animation and surround sound. It is a Pacific isle saga of birth and death, love and family, triumph and tragedy.
Circle Island Tour
The Circle Island Tour lets you explore the historical, scenic, and cultural highlights of Oahu – the comfortable, convenient way. The tour includes Diamond Head, Hanauma Bay, the Pali Lookout, Dole Plantation, famous North Shore beaches, the Hawai'i Temple and more. It all concludes with a memorable visit to the Polynesian Cultural Center.
Click Here to catch a glimpse of just a few of sites you’ll see.
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