Grand Naniloa Hotel Hilo - a DoubleTree by Hilton

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Lyman Museum

2.3 Miles

The Lyman Museum and Mission House purpose is “To tell the story of Hawai`i, its islands, and its people.” Throughout the year, the Lyman Museum offers a wide range of educational programs from special lectures and talks to hands-on workshops on Hawaiian skills and crafts.

Pacific Tsunami Museum

2.1 Miles

Read the powerful stories of past tsunami survivors and learn about what Hawaii is doing today in the museum’s mission to educate the public and saving lives in the event of a tsunami. Exhibits include a model of Hilo pre-1946, the Story of Hilo and rebuilding communities, the Science of Tsunamis and amazing rescue stories from survivors. Open Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 4 pm.

Pacific Tsunami Museum

2.1 Miles

Read the powerful stories of past tsunami survivors and learn about what Hawaii is doing today in the museum’s mission to educate the public and saving lives in the event of a tsunami. Exhibits include a model of Hilo pre-1946, the Story of Hilo and rebuilding communities, the Science of Tsunamis and amazing rescue stories from survivors. Open Tuesday – Saturday, 10am – 4pm.

Liliuokalani Park

0.5 Miles

Named after Hawaii’s last reigning monarch, Queen Liluokalani, the beautifully landscaped and lush Liliuokalani Park is located just one block from the Naniloa Hotel along Hilo’s iconic Banyan Drive. Spanning across 30 acres, a Japanese-style garden sits within the park featuring signature red bridges over fishponds, tranquil pagodas and rock gardens, and breathtaking vistas of Hilo Bay and Moku Ola, known as Coconut Island.