Coronavirus: What’s canceled, closed, postponed

By Hawaii.com Team

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Events listed here have been canceled or postponed due to heightened precautions surrounding Covid-19. Due to rapidly changing circumstances, it is best to call ahead or check official websites to verify the hours or status of any business or event.

OAHU

Events

Places

  • All State Parks, Monuments, Waysides, Lookouts, Historical Sites and Recreation Areas – closed until further notice
  • Ala Moana Center – closed until further notice
  • Aloha Stadium – closed
  • Battleship Missouri Memorial – closed
  • Bishop Museum – closed through the end of March
  • Blaisdell Center – all events canceled through April 30th
  • Hanauma Bay – closed until April 30
  • Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center – closed through March 30th
  • Hawaii Mission Houses – closed until at least March 31st
  • Honolulu Museum of Art – closed until further notice
  • Ice Palace – closed until further notice
  • ‘Iolani Palace – closed until further notice
  • Kawaiaha’o Church – closed for 60 days, starting March 13th
  • KCC Farmers’ Market – closed until further notice
  • Leahi Farmers’ Market – closed
  • Pearl Harbor National Memorial – closed until further notice
  • Pearl Harbor Aviation Museums – closed until further notice
  • Pearlridge Center – modified hours: Mon – Sat 11am to 7pm / Sun 11am – 6 pm
  • People’s Open Markets – closed until further notice
  • Polynesian Cultural Center – closed through April 30
  • Regal Theatres – closed until further notice
  • Royal Hawaiian Center – closed through April 30
  • Sea Life Park – closed until further notice
  • USS Arizona Memorial – closed
  • USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park – closed
  • Waikiki Aquarium – closed until further notice
  • Wet n Wild – closed
  • Windward Mall – modified hours: Mon – Sat 11am – 7pm / Sun 12pm – 6pm
  • Waimea Valley – closed until further notice

BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII

Events

Places

  • Akaka Falls State Park – closed until further notice
  • Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area – closed until further notice
  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park – guided tours canceled & visitor center closed
  • Kekaha Kai State Park – closed until further notice
  • Kiholo State Park Reserve – closed until further notice
  • Mauna Kea Visitor Center – closed
  • Wailoa River State Recreation Area – closed until further notice
  • Wailuku River State Park – closed until further notice

MAUI

Events

Places

  • Iao Valley State Monument – closed until further notice
  • Kaumahina State Wayside – closed until further notice
  • Makena State Park – closed until further notice
  • Maui County facilities – closed for 30 days, starting March 14th
  • Maui Ocean Center – closed through end of May
  • Polipoli State Recreational Area – closed until further notice
  • Puaa Kaa State Wayside – closed until further notice
  • Waianapanapa State Park – closed until further notice
  • KAUAI

    Events

    Places

    • All State Parks, Recreational Piers, Wilderness Parks and Historic Parks – closed until further notice
    • Kauai county facilities (including camping & community events) – closed for 60 days, starting March 16th

    MOLOKAI

    Places

    • Palaau State Park – closed until further notice

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