With Its Unique History and Cultural Diversity, Hawaii is Rich in Arts & Culture. There is No Shortage of Cultural Attractions, Museums, Galleries, Theater's and More.
Scroll Through Gay Island Guide's Comprehensive Guide of the Many Place to Visit and Enjoy in Hawaii's Arts & Culture Community Throughout the Islands. Be Sure To Also Review Our Comprehensive Events Calendar to See Any Upcoming Shows, Cultural Events and Activities That Hawaii's LGBT Community Finds of Interest.
Art In Hawaii Is Very Special. Because of Hawaii's Unique Location in the World, We Are Not Only Connected Culturally To Our Brothers and Sisters Across Polynesia But Are Diverse With Influence From Asia.
Enjoy The Various Art Galleries In Hawaii and See The Various Polynesian, Western and Asian Influences of Art Around the World.
It is No Secret That Hawaii is Known For Our Tropical Paradise With Stunning Views and Amazing Landscapes. If You're Looking For A Low Key and Relaxing Experience Take A Stroll at One of Hawaii's Beautiful Gardens.
From The Overthrow of the Hawaiian Monarchy by the United States to World War II, Hawaii is Very Rich in History.
Did You Know That The Hawaiian Monarchy Had Electricity At Iolani Palace Before the White House?
Visit The Many Historic Sites Around Hawaii.
From Art Museums to Cultural Museums, Hawaii Has A Variety For You To Enjoy. From the Hawaii State Museum of the Arts to Bishop Museum, There Is Something For Everyone.
For Those Looking For A Lighter Affair, Perhaps You Will Enjoy Live Theater Hawaii and Performing Arts Scene.
A Variety of Theaters Including The Hawaii Theatre Center Being One of Hawaii Historic Sites Offer Various Performing Arts, From the Hawaii Opera Theater to the Hawaii Symphony Making Hawaii's LGBT Arts & Culture Scene Very Exciting.
Liliuokalani Botanical Garden is a Park of the City & County of Honolulu with a Young Botanical Garden Located in Honolulu, Oahu. It Is Open Daily Without Charge.
400 Acres of Tropical Plants Along With A Man-Made Fresh Water Lake, Hiking Trails and Free Campground.
Located On the Eastern End of Oahu, Hawaii - The Koko Crater Botanical Garden is Located Within the Koko Head Crater.
194-Acre Tropical Rain Forest Features 5,000 Exotic Plants, Singing Birds & A Self-Guided Hike.
The Waimea Botanical Garden is Located in Beautiful Waimea Valley on the Northern Shore of Oahu. Waimea Valley Is An Area of Historic Cultural Significance Including Hawaiian Religion and Includes Several Historic Structures and A Beautiful Waterfall.
Located in Downtown Honolulu near Chinatown, the Foster Botanical Garden is One of Five Public Gardens Measuring 13.5 Acres in Size.
Hanaiakamalama Also Known As Queen Emma Summer Palace.
Known formerly as Luakaha, Kaniakapupu is the ruins of the former summer palace of King Kamehameha III and Queen Kalama on the island of Oahu in Hawaii.