The Polynesian Culture Center or PCC is the most widely known visitor attraction in the Hawaiian Island with exhibits and villages representing the eight cultures of Samoa, Tonga, Aotearoa, Hawaii, Fiji, aMarquesas, Tahiti and Easter Island. People from all over the world visit PCC every day.
The Polynesian Cultural Center is set on forty-two acres of North Shore in Oahu. It has a meandering loch that hosts exhilarating Conoe Pageant in the evening after hosting canoe tours during the day. Later guests can relax and enjoy in the only Hawaii IMAX theatre watching Coral Reef Adventures and learning the significance of coral reefs.
The visitors can enjoy the traditional Hawaiian entertainment and food and the Hawaii’s royalty by going on a nostalgic trip to the award winning Ali’i Lu’au. People experience the rich history and culture of the Hawaiian people.
The Polynesian souvenirs and handicrafts that is found in the Pacific Marketplace is a delight for the shoppers. At night, relax and enjoy the Horizons night show that features more than 100 performers and also the excitement of the fire knife dancing of the Samoan.
The Polynesian Cultural Center is open daily for the visitor from 12:30 pm to 9 pm with packages starting from $45.