Contact Iolani Palace

Kalākaua’s subjects had limited options to communicate with him. Inter-island and international cables were planned during his reign, but did not get the necessary funding until the 20th century. Inter-island radio phone service began on November 2, 1931, and the first radio phone call to the continental United States was made from the Throne Room on December 23, 1931. Your options would have delighted Hawaiʻi’s monarch, who reveled in the newest technology. Please fill out the form below, call, or write to our P.O. Box.

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Iolani Palace Shop
Ekolu Kim, Director of Retail

Paula Akana, Executive Director
Zita Cup Choy, Historian
Noelani Ah Yuen, Director of Facilities and Security

Development and Membership
Michelle Morihara, Director of Development

Cindy Ascencio, Director of Guest Services

Curatorial and Collections
Leona Hamano, Curator

Learning Engagement
Anuhea Kanealii, Director of Learning Engagement

General (Administrative Office)
Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Friends of Iolani Palace
P.O. Box 2259
Honolulu, HI 96804-2259

Located on corner of King St. & Richard St. in downtown Honolulu (more details)