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Hukilau Experience & Mahinalani Art Gallery
Ukuleles, art and decor, jewelry, clothing, music, souvenirs, and snacks as well as selected home décor, accessories, batteries and camera supplies are available. Mahinalani is found near the Welcome Center and Gateway Restaurant.
Housed in a replica of a turn-of-the-century Mission Home, this store offers ʻukuleles (complete with on-site lessons) and handicrafts, including Hawaiian doll clothes, crocheted leis, table linens, aprons, quilt squares, bed covers and pillow cases, many of which were handmade by our volunteer staff. We even have quilting supplies. The Mission Home is found just past Hale ʻOhana and across the lagoon from our Samoan Village.
Polynesian Cultural Center Kiosks
You will find delightful kiosks throughout the Polynesian Cultural Center in which to find handmade Polynesian items, souvenirs, and even sundries.
Ulu is unlike any store you’ve likely seen before. Built into our “Hawaiian Journeys Theatre” complex, which resembles a Hawaiian volcano, Ulu offers fine arts, ceramics, clothing, wood, music and DVDs, and more.
Shop at The Hawaii Store
Still thinking about that special piece you found during your visit and didn’t have time to purchase? You still can! Just visit our online store at www.thehawaiistore.com where you will find many items available for purchase.
Shops at the Hukilau Marketplace
Visit our Hukilau Marketplace website for more information.
- Hukilau Experience & Mahinalani Art Gallery