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Statues on Oahu

Photographs of statues and other sculptures on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. Includes statues of King Kamehameha, King Kalakaua, Queen Liliuokalani, Prince Kuhio, Princess Kaiulani, surfer and Olympic champion duke Kahanamoku, Father Damien, Ghandi, The Storyteller, the Water Giver, and a statue of a Waikiki surfer.

Statues of Hawaiian Royalty

King Kamehameha I Statue

This statue of King Kamehameha I sits in front of the Aliiolani Hale and across the street from the Iolani Palace in the historic capitol district of Downtown Honolulu.

King David Kalakaua Statue
This statue of Hawaiian King David Kalakaua sits in the middle of tiny Waikiki Gateway Park at the intersection of Kalakaua Avenue and Kuhio Avenue on the Ala Moana end of Waikiki.

Queen Liliuokalani Statue
This six foot statue of Hawaiian Queen Liliuokalani is located in downtown Honolulu between the State Capitol Building and the Iolani Palace. It was dedicated in April of 1982.

Prince Kuhio Statue
This statue of Prince Kuhio sits on Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki. It was sculpted by Sean K.L. Browne and it was dedicated in 2002.

Princess Kaiulani Statue
This statue of Princess Victoria Kaiulani Cleghorn feeding her beloved peacocks was unveiled in Waikiki during a ceremony and blessing on October 16, 1999, which was the 124th anniversary of Princess Kaiulani's birth The statue is located in a small triangle park at the corner of Kuhio Avenue and Kanekapolei Street in Waikiki.

Other Oahu Statues

Duke Kahanamoku Statue
Located on Kalakaua Avenue, in Prince Kuhio Beach Park, near the Waikiki Police substation and across the street from the Hyatt Waikiki Hotel.

Father Damien Statue
Located on the Hawaii State Capitol grounds in the historic capitol district of Honolulu.

Mohandas Gandhi Statue
Located in Waikiki's Kapiolani Park near the intersection of Kapahulu and Kalakaua Avenues.

Storyteller Statue
This seven foot tall bronze statue of a seated Hawaiian woman sits in front of the exclusive 2100 Kalakaua shopping center in Waikiki.

Waikiki Surfer Statue
This statue of a surfer sits on Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki across the street from the Honolulu Zoo.

Water Giver Statue
Honolulu Convention Center

See also:
- Military Memorials on Oahu
- More Oahu Attractions
- Activities on Oahu

Coming soon:
-Queen Kapiolani Statue

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