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The city is full of hidden gems and treasures. If you’re tired of always hitting the same spots, take a look at all the options below. We showcase businesses near you where you could spend countless hours of endless fun with your entire family.

Say goodbye to the boring weekends and routine birthday parties. Think outside the box and dare to try something new. Take a look at what your city has to offer – all within driving distance of your location. You might be surprised!
Honolulu Zoo
Honolulu Zoo

151 Kapahulu Ave
Honolulu, HI 96815   Directions

(808) 926-3191

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The Honolulu Zoo features more than 1,230 animals in a 300-acre setting that comes from royal beginnings. The zoo was established by grants made by the sovereign monarch of King David Kalakaua. In 1877, the land in the area was beautified and opened as Queen Kapiolani Park in honor of Julia Kapiolani, Queen Consort of Hawaii.

Through the early years, the zoo was a relatively small endeavor until 1974, when the Honolulu Zoo accepted a donation of a camel, an elephant, chimpanzees and deer. Facilities were designed and expanded, influenced by what was happening at the San Diego Zoo in California.

In the 1990s, the Honolulu Zoo went through another transformation, where animals were housed in more natural-style habitat settings and open-air enclosures.

Over 750,000 people visit the zoo annually.

Waikiki Aquarium
Waikiki Aquarium

2777 Kalakaua Ave
Honolulu, HI 96815   Directions

(808) 923-9741

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The Waikiki Aquarium offers a unique view into the spectacular underwater world of Hawaii and the tropical Pacific. More than 3,500 marine animals represent more than 500 species. The diversity and colorful nature of these tropical beauties are truly spectacular!

The Waikiki Aquarium is located next to a living coral reef, allowing visitors to look at an actual living example of the beauty that lies beneath the ocean.

Inside the aquarium, you'll view up-close the wonders of the Pacific, including tropical fish, reef sharks, living corals, sea jellies, squid, octopus and so much more!

The Hawaiian Monk Seal is one of the most popular featured exhibits. The monk seal is one of the world's most endangered marine mammals, and the Aquarium conducts extensive research to reverse the species' decline in the wild.

Every year, 320,000 people visit the Waikiki Aquarium.

Wet n' Wild
Wet n' Wild

400 Farrington Hwy
Kapolei, HI 96707   Directions

(808) 674-9283

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Wet n' Wild takes you through ultimate thrills and an all-day experience that includes water rides, slides, a BBQ dinner or a luau feast. The entertainment can't be beat, and the attractions will get your adrenaline pumping long after the day is done.

World Botanical Gardens
World Botanical Gardens

31-240 Old Mamalahoa Hwy Hwy 19 @ Mile Marker 16
Hakalau, HI 96710   Directions

(808) 963-5427

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The World Botanical Gardens is the premier destination for nature lovers, featuring more than 5,000 species of native Hawaiian plants and others from around the world. Located on the big island of Hawaii, the World Botanical Gardens includes a triple-tiered, 300-foot waterfall known as Umauma Falls.

The gardens, which opened in 1995, also include a rainforest walk that is one of the most tranquil and peaceful spots on the 300-acre sanctuary.

Paved walkways among the gardens allow visitors to see, smell, touch - and sometimes taste - exotic plant species from around the world. The gardens climb 1.5 miles up the slope of the extinct Mauna Kea volcano to the west.

The colorful Rainbow Walk includes 100 species of bromeliads. Mango trees, guava, papaya, pineapple, banana, breadfruit and other exotic trees create natural barriers and canopies throughout the gardens.

Self-guided tours are offered during operating hours. Guests can also register for guided tours, conducted by the garden director and lasting two hours

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