Palace Shop

We have two gift shops here at Iolani Palace. The first is located in the Hale Koa Barracks building which is next to the Palace. This is where guests can also purchase entry tickets. The second is located inside the Palace and is named the Gallery Shop.

We carry a wide selection of merchandise that appeals to all ages, tourists and locals alike! Our inventory includes books on the Hawaiian Monarchy and Hawaiian history, souvenir items like magnets and pins, apparel, locally made Koa wood crafts, jewelry, and much more.

The Palace Shop

This large, inviting shop features the full selection of available merchandise, with new merchandise arriving regularly. The Palace Shop is conveniently located in the Iolani Barracks.

We are a proud member of the Museum Store Association. museumstoreassociation.org

Palace Shop Hours

Monday - Saturday, 8:30am - 4:30pm.

Also open on Kamaaina Sundays.

The Gallery Shop

A branch of The Palace Shop is located in the Palace Galleries for the convenience of our touring visitors. The Gallery Shop features a sampling of items from the Palace Shop. We welcome you to visit during your tour, even if just to browse and enjoy the warm ambiance.These are our specialty vendors:

Philip Rickard Honolulu

Gallery Shop Hours

Monday - Saturday, 9:30am - 5:00pm.

Also open on Kamaaina Sundays.

Items Available for Phone Orders

We are able to take orders over the phone and can ship outside of Hawaii (Shipping costs will apply). Please call our shops at (808) 532-1050 to place an order. You can also email us at shops@iolanipalace.org if you have any questions about our products.

All shop purchases go towards the preservation and restoration of Iolani Palace. Mahalo for your support.

Iolani Palace 2019 Ornament

$25.00

We’re thrilled to announce the 2019 Palace Shops ornament, inspired by a helmet plate belonging to the Prince’s Own, a uniformed group of the Hawaiian Kingdom. The helmet plate is the ornamental design located on the front of a helmet. This plate designates the wearer’s nationality and organization, and is commonly used among military and police forces, with the design featuring symbolism that’s meaningful to said group.

The Prince’s Own was a volunteer artillery unit with its roots dating back to 1857. As you’ll see depicted in the ornament, the bronze helmet plate bears the letter “K” for King Kalakaua and is inscribed with the Hawaiian national motto: Ua Mau ke Ea o ka Aina i ka Pono, or “the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.” The design also features garland as well as cannons and cannon balls.

The helmet plate was donated to FOIP in 2019 by The Helen Ladd Thompson Revocable Living Trust. The family are descendants of Anton Rosa, who served in numerous governmental positions and most notably as Attorney General for King Kalakaua. Mahalo to the family for their generous donation.

This limited-edition ornament is exclusive to the Palace and is now available at our Palace and Gallery Shops for $25. You can also order the ornament by calling (808) 532-1050 or emailing shops@iolanipalace.org.

Iolani Palace Ornaments

$25.00 each

Every year we design a new ornament which highlights a specific part of the Palace and it's rich history. Start or add to your collection today!

Iolani Palace – A metaphor for Two Centuries of Hawaii History

$25.00

This book provides a complete overview of the history, legacy, and restoration of Iolani Palace. Highlights include amazing historic photos, information on the lives of the Royal Family, the Palace’s use in World War II, and a look at the restoration process which started in 1966.

Iolani Palace Books Combo Deal

$15.00

Includes 3 books that were produced by the Friends of Iolani Palace and are exclusive to the Palace Shops. The Iolani Palace Guidebook provides a brief history of the monarchy and focuses on the Palace itself and all of its rooms. The Queen’s Quilt is a very unique book that provides all of the details of one of the Palace’s most treasured items: Queen Liliuokalani’s Quilt, which she created during her imprisonment. Finally, the Iolani Palace Portraits book provides information on the famous portraits and their artists that are on display at Iolani Palace.

Each book can be purchased separately for $7.00 each.

King Kalakaua Set with Royal Guards

$65.00

These figurines are hand painted here on Oahu and are accurate representations of the iconic Royal Hawaiian Guard. This set includes King Kalakaua and two Royal Guard figurines.

Additional figurines are available with prices ranging between $20 to $25.

Legend and Myths of Hawaii

$11.95

Authored by King Kalakaua and first published in 1888, this book has been widely acknowledged as one of the first and most significant collections of native Hawaiian folklore to have engaged an international audience since its publishing.

Hawaii’s Story by Hawaii’s Queen

Paperback: $10.95

Hardcover: $37.00

Music Sheets & Queen’s Songbook

Music Sheet: $5.00 each

Queen’s Songbook: $45.00

Iolani Palace 100-Piece Puzzle

$14.95

 

Queen’s Quilt Products

Coaster Set: $15.95

Notecard Set: $15.95

Quilt Keychain: $8.95

Quilt 100-piece Puzzle: $14.95

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