Queen Emma Summer Palace

The New England-style summer home of one of Hawaii's most revered monarchs from the 1800s. 

Queen Emma Summer Palace

The palace, also known as Hānaiakamalama (The Southern Cross), was the summer retreat of the wife of King Kamehameha IV from 1857 to 1885 and has been preserved by the Daughters of Hawaii.  The architecture blends Hawaiian and Victorian styles on 5 acres and the collection includes a large bed of Acacia koa, a tree indigenous to Hawaii, three feather capes, a baby grand piano and royal cabinet with china, a gift from Queen Victoria. 

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2913 Pali Hwy. Honolulu HI 96817 U.S.


808-595-3167 Attraction’s Website

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