Polynesian Cultural Center
The Polynesian Cultural Center is introducing new guest packages just in time for the full reopening of all of its island villages on April 26.
The Polynesian Cultural Center continues to implement Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) health guidelines, including the wearing of face coverings and maintaining 6-feet physical distance at all times while on its grounds. The Center practices regular sanitization of all highly touched areas, commonly used spaces and other surfaces throughout all of its facilities and public areas. Self-use sanitizing stations are available throughout the Center for guest use.
“We are excited for our guests to be able to once again partake in the full cultural and educational experiences the Polynesian Cultural Center offers. Since our initial limited reopening in January, it has been the Center’s priority to fully reopen and bring our employees back as quickly as possible, while ensuring the safety and well-being of all our guests, employees and their ‘ohana,” said Alfred Grace, Polynesian Cultural Center president.
“During our initial reopening, we saw that all CDC guidelines — including the wearing of face coverings and maintaining physical distance — were feasible for the Center’s immersive activities, meaning the Center would be able to maintain these guidelines while effectively delivering a positive experience for all our guests.”
With the full reopening of the Polynesian Cultural Center, guests will once again be able to fully experience all six island villages.
The Polynesian Cultural Center will be open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday through Saturday from 12:45 p.m. The Center’s adjoining Hukilau Marketplace will be open from noon through 7:30 p.m. daily.