Constructed over a period of 3 years, this royal residence is the only one of its kind in the United States. King David Kal?kaua, the seventh of eight monarchs who ruled Hawai'i, spared no expense during the build of this regal landmark having it fitted with telephones and electricity before the White House. All rooms are open to the public for viewing via guided tours that begin every 30 minutes throughout the day. Also located on the grounds is the Coronation Pavilion where King Kal?kaua and Queen Kapi'olani were crowned, a royal burial site, the Hawai'i Archives Building and 'Iolani Barracks. No photography or video is allowed inside the palace. It is located on the Corner of King St. and Richard St.
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