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“Absolutely beautiful statue in peaceful surrounds”

Princess Bernice Pauahi Statue
Ranked #171 of 346 things to do in Honolulu
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Reviewed 21 March 2017

While exploring the shopping areas of Waikiki we came across the Royal Grove of the Hawaiin Centre. It was green, cool and tranquil with the sound of trickling water. A perfect setting to sit & rest awhile, take in your surrounds and read about Princess Bernice Pauahi and how she set up schools for children in Hawaii.

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Reviewed 3 March 2017

Princess Bernice Pauahi is immortalized in bronze in the Royal Grove of the Royal Hawaiian Center, a 310,000 sq. ft.shopping center. The Pauahi statue was created by Kamehameha Schools graduate Sean Kekamakūpa'a Ka'ōnohiokalani Lee Loy Browne. It was shown for the first time in December of 2007 in celebration of the Princess' 176th birthday celebration. The statue depicts the Princess reading a book to a young girl which honors the Princess' contribution to the education of the children of Hawaii.

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Reviewed 8 February 2016

Statutes set in a garden setting, within the Shopping Centre complex, a beautiful spot to rest a while, commemorating Princess Pauahi's contribution to the setting up of schools for the education of Hawaiian children.

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