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Guide to the Waikiki Historic Trail
Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

The Waikiki Historic Trail is a walking tour of Waikiki that highlights twenty-three historic sites. Plaques mounted on six foot tall surfboard-shaped markers have been installed at nineteen of the historic sites. The Waikiki Historic Trail begins on the Diamond Head end of Waikiki and it ends on the grounds of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort, after a detour through the Ala Moana and Hawaii Convention Center areas of Honolulu.

Marker 11 on the Waikiki Historic Trail
Surfboard Marker #11 on the Waikiki Historic Trail
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Photos of the Waikiki Historic Trail
Pictures of all of the sites and markers on the Waikiki Historic Trail, organized by location and by marker number. Photos can be views as either a slide show or a thumbnail photo gallery.

Tours of the Waikiki Historic Trail
Four self-guided walking tours of the Waikiki Historic trail: (1) East Waikiki Beaches, (2) East Waikiki Inland, (3) West Waikiki Beaches, and (4) West Waikiki Inland. Also includes information about guided and narrated tours of the Waikiki Historic Trail.

History of the Waikiki Historic Trail
Information about how the Waikiki Historic Trail was originally conceived, the people who developed the idea, who funded installation of the surfboard markers, and when each of the surfboard markers was installed.

More About the Waikiki Historic Trail
Newspaper articles, Web sites, and special features about the the Waikiki Historic Trail. Includes articles published in the Honolulu Advertiser and the Honolulu Star Bulletin and information on the Web sites of Waikiki Improvement Association, architect Charlie Palumbo, and the Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association.

See also:
  • Downtown Honolulu Historic Walking Tour
  • Other Oahu Walking Tours

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