Polynesian Cultural Center Photo Gallery

Polynesian Cultural Center Bridge and Lagoon

Family Fun and Education at the Polynesian Cultural Center

We had the pleasure of spending a fun and educational family day at the Polynesian Cultural Center. This park is a large living museum type theme park that represents 7 major island nations along with some other smaller islands. The major island nations represented at the park all have authentically simulated villages where they host interactive activities, shows and demonstrations. In addition to all of that, they have a large luau and a spectacular evening show of Ha Breath of Life. Below is a photo gallery of our family’s visit to this wonderful park.

Polynesian Cultural Center Grounds

Polynesian Cultural Center Lagoon

The beautiful Polynesian Cultural Center Lagoon as seen from our canoe ride. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Polynesian Cultural Center Canoes

The lagoon with empty canoes waiting to take visitors for a ride through the park. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Rapa Nui Stone Staues

In the Rapa Nui area of the Polynesian Cultural Center are these stone statue replicas which represent buried high-ranking chiefs. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Polynesian Cultural Center Waterfalls

Some of the many beautiful lush tropical landscapes and waterfalls in the park. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Polynesian Cultural Center Village Games

Madi and Laura getting ready to play one of the many ancient games they have throughout the park. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Feeding the fish in the Polynesian Cultural Center Lagoon

Madi feeding the fish in the lagoon. These fish were really funny as they would know you are going to feed them and would follow your hand as you threw the fish food out. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Madi and Joe near a waterfall

Around the park there is a photo opportunity almost every 50 feet. Here we are on a bridge overlooking one of the many waterfalls. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Rainbows of Paradise Canoe Pageant

Polynesian Cultural Center Lagoon

A look at the Polynesian Cultural Center lagoon before the start of the Rainbows of Paradise canoe pageant. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Polynesian Cultural Center Fiji Temple

A Fiji village temple towers over the Polynesian Cultural Center lagoon. This is a great spot to view the canoe pageant if you can take the direct sunshine. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Rainbows of Paradise Tonga Canoe

The canoe and performers from the island nation of Tonga. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

Fiji Canoe in Polynesian Cultural Center Canoe Pageant

The Fiji canoe and its performers making their way to center lagoon for their performance. | Photo by FamilyVacationHub

See our article detailing our day at the Polynesian Cultural Center with our recommendations on which activities and shows not to miss and what each village has to offer. For more information or to buy tickets, visit the Polynesian Cultural Center Website.

About Joe Filipowicz

I have a passion for finding fun things to do, good restaurants and places to stay while traveling with my family and friends. Since it takes a lot of research and exploration to find these family friendly places, I wanted to share my findings with others to make it easier for them to plan their next getaway.

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