Liberty Luau at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu, HI
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum • 319 Lexington Blvd • Honolulu, HI 96818
The Liberty Luau will take you back in time to the events of Pearl Harbor. Enjoy a fine dining experience, complete with complimentary Mai Tais and a lei greeting. The luau includes music from the 1940’s, 50’s, and 60’s and will help you recall riveting events from WWII. You will be comfortable in a large air-conditioned space while enjoying some of the best entertainment Hawaii has to offer. Remember one of the nation’s greatest generations as you embark on a remarkable journey.
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What are the hours of operation?
Liberty Luau is held every Wednesday and Friday from 4:30 pm – 9 pm.
Do we need to bring identification?
Please do travel with your identification, as well as a credit or debit card, or cash, should you want to purchase any pictures, extra drinks, or other souvenirs.
What should I wear?
Recommended attire for Liberty Luau is aloha casual.
Where is it located?
Liberty Luau is located at Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum on Historic Ford Island, just 35 minutes away from Waikiki.
Is transportation included? If so, where is the pick-up spot, or how do I arrange it?
Yes, transportation is included in the ticket price. The shuttle will pick you up, starting at 3 pm from your choice of five locations: Ilikai Hotel, Trump Hotel, Royal Hawaiian Ave – Blue Stop Sign, Duke Kahanamoku Statue, or Aston Waikiki. After the luau, the shuttle will drop you off at the same locations.
What’s included in my ticket?
Liberty Luau tickets include transportation from Waikiki, an exclusive tour of Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, a Hawaiian lei, a refreshing Mai Tai and second complimentary drink, a three-course meal including a salad, entrée, and dessert prepared by Chef Chai – one of Hawaii’s premier chefs, and a dinner show featuring 1940s inspired USO style entertainment along with 1950s and 60s style Hawaiian entertainment.
How many people are seated per table?
Guests will be seated in groups of 10 or less per table. Patrons are to remain seated in assigned groups. At least 6 feet of distance will be kept between tables.