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Honolulu Zoo at Hawaii

Honolulu Zoo

151 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96816 | 808-971-7171
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Honolulu Zoo

One of the oldest and largest zoos in the United States, the Honolulu Zoo is less than a mile from Holiday Inn Resort Waikiki Beachcomber. Be prepared to spend a lot of time here as the Zoo covers 42 acres. Discover a wide array of exotic mammals, birds, and reptiles, including Komodo Dragons, Malayan Sun Bears, White-Handed Gibbons, Star Tortoises, Philippine Tree Skinks, and Tawny Frogmouths. You can also explore the Zoo after hours by taking a Twilight Tour.


Hours -

9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed Christmas Day)


  • Adults (13+): $14
  • Children (3-12): $6
  • Kama'aina/U.S. Military: $8 (adults 13+) & $4 (children 3-12)
  • Children under 3: Free


  • Graduation Parties
  • Baby Luaus
  • Weddings


  • Animal exhibits
  • Gardens
  • Tours
  • Dining


  • Is there parking available at the Honolulu Zoo?

    You'll have two options. There's a parking lot on the Zoo premises, which charges $1 an hour. The lot entrance is on Kapahulu Avenue. You can also leave your vehicle in the Waikiki Shell parking lot across the street on Monsarrat Avenue for free.
  • Is there anything else to see besides animals?

    The Honolulu Zoo doubles as a botanical garden. You'll be able to check out a wide range of Hawaiian plants, flowers, and trees. Discover everything from Na'u, an endangered gardenia, to Loulu, the only palm native to Hawaii, to Munroidendron, a rare Hawaiian tree featuring a wealth of small yellow flowers

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