From historic sites, temples and ancient petroglyphs to stunning waterfalls and sea turtles lazing in the sand, Oahu has many diverse attractions to explore.

Pu’u o Mahuka Heiau is located in Pu’u o Mahuka Heiau State Historic Site on the Island of Oahu and is the largest heiau (place of worship) on the island, encompassing over two acres. 

Location: Pupukea Rd, Haleiwa, HI
Phone: 808-587-0300

Goat Island is home to 16 native plant species, including the federally endangered Sesbania tomentosa.[4] It is a breeding ground for thousands of wedge-tailed shearwaters. The islet is a Hawaii State Seabird Sanctuary.

Location: 56-020 Kamehameha Hwy, Laie, HI

At the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, learn about one of the most pivotal moments in US history: the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the subsequent entry of the United States into World War II.

Location: Pearl Harbor National Memorial 1 Arizona Memorial Place Honolulu, HI 96818

Valley of the Temples Memorial Park is a memorial park located on the windward side of the Hawaiian island of Oʻahu at the foot of the Koʻolau mountains, near the town of Kāneʻohe.

Location: 47-200 Kahekili Hwy, Kaneohe, HI
Phone: 808-725-2798

The Byodo-In Temple in O’ahu is a smaller-scale replica of the over 950-year-old Byodo-in Temple, a United Nations World Heritage Site in Uji, Japan.

Location: 47-200 Kahekili Hwy, Kaneohe, HI
Phone: 808-239-9844

Dole Plantation provides enjoyable activities for the entire family, including the Pineapple Express Train Tour, the Plantation Garden Tour, and the Pineapple Garden Maze.

Location: 64-1550 Kamehameha Hwy, Wahiawa, HI
Phone: 808-621-8408

Waimea Valley is an area of historic cultural significance on the North Shore of OahuHawaii. The valley, being an important place in Hawaiian religion, includes several historical structures including stone terraces and walls constructed during the time of the Hawaiian monarchy.

Location: 59-864 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI
Phone: (808) 638-7766

More than the laid-back surf town it seems, Haleʻiwa is filled with local style and country ambiance, as well as cool surf shops and boutiques, charming art galleries and understated restaurants housed in plantation-era buildings.

Location: Haleiwa, HI

The Polynesian Cultural Center is a popular attraction in Laie, Oahu, that showcases the culture and cuisine of six island groups in Hawaii, Fiji, Aotearoa, Samoa, Tahiti, and Tonga.

Location: 55-370 Kamehameha Hwy, Laie, HI
Phone: 800-367-7060

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