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  • Queens’ MarketPlace

    Visit the Queens’ MarketPlace at the beautiful Waikoloa Beach Resort for all your vacation needs. You’ll find Hawaiian fashion, accessories, beachwear, gourmet market, comfy footwear, relaxing spa treatments, delicious dining, entertainment and activities. Located 20 minutes north of Kona ... read more >>
  • Seahorse Farm

    Come hold a pregnant male at the world’s only seahorse farm in Kona Hawaii. See babies,breeding adult seahorses and sea dragons of over 25 different species from Australia, South Africa, Brazil, Hawaii, New York, Florida, California and more! Find out how we are saving seahorses from around the ... read more >>
  • Star Gaze Hawaii

    Hawaii is one of the world’s greatest astronomical research destinations, with internationally operated telescope stations and teams of renowned researchers. Experience the thrill of the skies with Star Gaze Hawaii, a unique organization specializing in providing visitors with stargazing and ... read more >>
  • The Lyman Museum

    Built in 1839 as the Lyman missionary-family home and converted to a museum by their descendants in 1931, the beautiful Lyman Museum showcases an exceptional collection of historic artifacts. View portraits of life from the early days through its fine art, archival material, special exhibitions and ... read more >>
  • The Shops at Mauna Lani

    Experience exceptional dining at Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar, Ruth’s Chris Steak House and Under the Bodhi Tree.  Beverages & snacks; Juice 101 and Kimobean Hawaiian Coffee. The islands finest galleries; Third Dimension Gallery, Lahaina Gallery and Kozy’s Tiki Gallery. Shop; Tommy ... read more >>
  • Volcano Art Center –Volcano Rain Forest Tour

    Free Volcano Rain Forest Tour every Monday morning from 9:30am to 10:30am. Located in the Volcano Village, 19-4074 Old Volcano Road. A guided tour is provided to visitors to learn about the rare native Hawaiian Niaulani Rain Forest and the cultural, spiritual and the environmental importance of one ... read more >>
  • Volcano Art Center Gallery

    Volcano Art Center Gallery, where people, art & nature meet. This non-profit educational organization’s mission is to perpetuate the artistic, cultural and environmental heritage of Hawaii’s people through the arts and education. The center showcases work by the Big Island’s premier ... read more >>
  • Volcano Winery

    Try some of the world’s most unique wine, produced on the slopes of the Big Island at Volcano Winery. The winery blends traditional wine grapes with tropical fruits such as yellow guava and jaboticaba berry—and even with macadamia nut honey—creating flavors that are vibrant, ... read more >>
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