General Admission for One, Two, Four, or Six to Polynesian Cultural Center (Half Off)

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Exhibits immerse visitors in rich cultures of Polynesian nations

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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid for Hawaiian residents only. Must provide valid Hawaii ID at time of redemption. Transportation and tax not included. Kids 4 and under are admitted free. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Polynesian Cultural Center - Northshore: General Admission for One, Two, Four, or Six to Polynesian Cultural Center (Half Off)

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  • $20 for general admission for one (up to a $39.95 value)
  • $40 for general admission for two (up to a $79.90 value)
  • $80 for general admission for four (up to a $159.80 value)
  • $120 for general admission for six (up to a $239.70 value)

General admission grants access to the center's exhibits, activities, and live canoe shows. Dining and admission to evening shows are not included. Children four and under enter for free.

Polynesian Cultural Center

When a canoe enters the lagoon at Polynesian Cultural Center, its passengers transcend time, distance, and the need for a passport. The boat drifts to the shores of different exhibits, each of which represents a unique Polynesian region. At the Samoa section, for instance, visitors learn how to spark a fire and cook native cuisine. Nearby, the sounds of the haka—a lively war dance—ring through the Aotearoa area, while rhythmic drumming permeates the Fiji and Tonga exhibits. Those who stop by the miniature Tahiti can learn a traditional dance, and guests of the Hawaiian village observe skilled artists weaving leis.

For a cultural cap on an exploratory day, patrons can upgrade their general admission ticket and attend the nightly Ali'i Luau. A celebratory feast is laid out, including authentic Hawaiian cuisine and a whole pig roasted in an underground oven. Alternatively, guest can upgrade to even more evening entertainment, Ha: Breath of Life. During this show, more than 100 Polynesian performers dance, play music, and toss fire to tell an epic story. Dinner is not included with Ha: Breath of Life.


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93% of 203 customers recommend

  • “Try to get there right when they open, so you can get to take more pictures. Expect to return since you won't be able to see all the attractions in one day, there is...”

    “Try to get there right when they open, so you can get to take more pictures. Expect to return since you won't be able to see all the attractions in one day, there is just a lot to see and do.”

  • “Call ahead to see if the Luau has bern sold out on the day you plan to attend. If you stay for the fabulous evening show, bring a jacket because it gets chilly, Go...”

    “Call ahead to see if the Luau has bern sold out on the day you plan to attend. If you stay for the fabulous evening show, bring a jacket because it gets chilly, Go early in the day to be able to see all the different presentations and still shop.”

  • “Plan on a whole day of fun. Wear comfortable clothes, sunscreen and I would also do the dinner and show”

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    Northshore

    55-370 Kamehameha Hwy

    Laie, HI 96762

    +18082933333

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