The Polynesian Cultural Center has shared their reopening plans. Following our 4 month exclusive ticket package from January 18 – April 22, we are looking forward to returning to our full-day schedule of services and entertainment on April 24, 2021. Our operating hours will be from 11:45am – 9:30 pm. Monday – Tuesday and Thursday – Saturday (closed Sundays and Wednesdays plus Christmas and New Years Day). We will once again offer a variety of ticket packages, providing our guests with the options best suited to their interests.

P. Alfred Grace, President of the Polynesian Cultural Center greets visitors in a Covid-19 specific Health & Safety video. The Center plans to fully reopen in March, 2021

President P. Alfred Grace announces the reopening plans of the Polynesian Cultural Center

Rest assured that your health and safety will remain our #1 priority, with expanded services, such as automated hand cleansing stations, physical distancing protection, clearly marked paths and an enhanced cleaning schedule. Additionally, masks will be required throughout the Center as long as state and national standards are in force.

Alii Luau, enhanced menu, new entertainment

Our Alii Luau will feature our new production of Onipaa, a musical presentation honoring Queen Liliuokalani, the last reigning royalty of Hawaii, who was a talented poet and song writer. More importantly, she was a beloved leader who inspired her people to be steadfast.

Our luau buffet will be serving their popular imu smoked pig, along with a number of traditional Polynesian dishes and American and Asian favorites inside a beautiful covered facility with tropical plants, calm lagoon and fragrant flowers.

a photo of two polynesian villagers presenting an imu roast pig for dinner at the Alii Luau at the Polynesian Cultural Center.

Our featured Alii Luau dish is our imu roasted pig

 

Six distinct island village experiences

The Polynesian Cultural Center is far more than a great luau. Spend the afternoon exploring our Island Villages where you will enjoy six unique cultural experiences which include exhibits, presentations and hands-on activities. The Villages experience opens at 11:45a and remains open until 6:00p.

Man climbs coconut tree in the Samoan Village

Our young island villagers demonstrate the strength and agility needed to climb a coconut tree.

 

The powerful HA: Breath of Life evening show

Following the luau, you will take a leisurely walk to the Pacific Theater. This magnificent outdoor auditorium is where we present our award-winning evening show, HA: Breath of Life, filled with daring skills, dance, song, special effects, animation and surround sound. Recognized as the best live entertainment show on the island!

image of firewalkers performing at HA: Breath of Life at the Polynesian Cultural Center. The Center plans to fully reopen in March, 2021.

Firewalkers are one of the highlights to HA: Breath of Life.

 

Come enjoy the island experience you’ve been dreaming of

Don’t just be entertained for a few hours, come experience up to 9 full hours of culture, beauty, hands-on activities, shopping, food and entertainment.

We invite you to come and experience the joy of Aloha, here at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Make your reservations at 800 367-7060 toll-free/808 293-3333 local, or online at www.polynesia.com .

 

Important Health & Safety Guidelines

Available activities and presentations after the Center fully reopens will follow all state and national restrictions and advisories. This may require some presentation cancellations, or limited seating in other cases. We appreciate your understanding.

By entering the Polynesian Cultural Center and/or Hukilau Marketplace you agree to follow all health and safety requirements established by the Polynesian Cultural Center and the State of Hawaii. Violation of the health and safety requirements may result in immediate removal from the property. You will find up-to-date regulations at hawaiicovid19.com.

Two people at the Polynesian Cultural Center utilizes on of the hand sanitizing stations. The Center plans to fully reopen in March, 2021.

Hand sanitizing stations are placed throughout the Polynesian Cultural Center

 

MORE EXCITING NEWS for January – April, 2021

Exclusive tickets as the Polynesian Cultural Center reopens January 18, 2021

Nina Jones, a mainland gal from way back, is now a transplanted Islander. With her husband of 44 years, she has lived in Laie since volunteering at the Polynesian Cultural Center from 2014 – 2016. She now serves as the blog manager for the Center. Her blogs focus on the Polynesian history, beliefs, practices and oh so delicious food! Polynesia is not just a place to visit, it is a way to live and she is very honored to be able to be a part of their amazing world.

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