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Plus appréciés Attractions à Hilo

Chercher Sur Un Rayon (miles)
Parc national des volcans d'Hawaï

Few of the earth's natural processes match the might of a volcano - blazing fountains of molten earth and liquid fire that thrust mountains from the sea while retracing shores and drowning islands in a single sweep. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is one of the few places in the world where this violently majestic phenomenon can be witnessed first hand. Home to two of the world's most active volcanoes - Mauna Loa and Kilauea - vociferous eruptions with fiery streams of molten lava spewing from the lofty hulks of these volcanic mounts are regular events. Mauna Loa is also renowned as the world's largest mount, its summit at a height of 56,000 feet (17,000 meters) above the seafloor. Volcanic deserts with glowing embers, steaming craters, lava tubes, and lush forests teeming with life tell the tale of the islands of Hawaii, their dramatic origins, natural heritage, and human ancestry.

Palace Theater

The Palace Theater is a landmark in the charming waterfront town of Hilo. The marquee still shines bright on performance nights. It was originally opened in 1925 made completely of redwood imported from the Pacific Northwest. Today the theater hosts a movie schedule of notable films, including a special Wednesday morning cultural performance.

Lyman Museum

Located in Hilo, this museum comprises of two separate galleries. The Island Heritage Gallery features a number of exhibits on Hawaii's history, heritage and culture. The Earth Heritage Gallery is devoted to the natural sciences. Additional permanent exhibits include the Interactive Astronomy Center and the Shipman Foundation Gallery of Chinese Art. Special exhibits are featured periodically. The structure is on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in the first half of the 19th century to house missionaries, it was converted to a museum in 1931.

East Hawaii Cultural Center

All that is artistic on the Eastern side of Hawai'i, whether it be theatrical, musical or ethnic cultural, seems to have a home base at this downtown facility. Two galleries display the works of local and international artists. Experimental theater performances, special-interest lectures and even swing dances take place in the intimate venue on the second floor. A half-dozen arts and cultural organizations, including Hilo Community Players and Kin Ryosho Dance Academy, operate within the center. Various workshops and classes are held regularly. Call or pick up a copy of the monthly calendar for up-to-the-minute information.

Volcano Art Center Niaulani Campus

The Niaulani Campus of the Volcano Art Center lies surrounded by a beautiful rainforest of Kilauea State Recreation Area on one side and the Kahaualea Natural Area Reserve in the south. The natural beauty that envelopes this art center-cum-educational institution is intended to inspire potential artists to create art works that match, or, perhaps, surpass nature’s work. The art foundation is responsible for encouraging and honing local talent. They have regular events and art exhibitions held at the venue. Do check the website for details on their events.

Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden

Some visitors hail Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden as the most beautiful area in Hawaii. Visitors can expect to see rushing rivers and trickling streams, vivid orchids and delicate hanging ferns, birds and flowers in every color of the rainbow. Waterfalls, lily ponds and several miles of coastline add to the astonishing aesthetic beauty of the garden. A gift shop is onsite and umbrellas are loaned out free of charge when it rains, which adds even more to the tropical setting.

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