A Russian-built fort that was fought over three times, the first paved road in Honolulu, and the original site of the Queen’s Hospital. In ancient times, a sacrificial heiau, said to have the heads of its victims posted on stakes lining the borders, rested just makai of the old fort.
These are just a few pieces of the history of Fort Street. As with any place in Hawai‘i, tales of ghostly spirits are common in this area.
Fort Street Mall. Come learn some of the haunted history of this former center of commerce and trade.
$40 per person
We’ll meet at the Puna Sculpture at Walker Park; the triangular, urban park at the juncture of Queen Street and Ala Moana Boulevard, next to the Topa Financial Center.
Please note that all of our visits to these sacred and beloved sites are done with the utmost respect. At Mysteries of Hawai'i, we do not employ "scare tactics." There is no one hiding in the bushes to frighten you, we don't pretend to see things that are not there, we do not "create hype" where there is none. Everything that happens (or does not happen) depends entirely on you, who have chosen to experience the Mysteries of Hawai'i.
For all of Mysteries of Hawai'i's Experiences:
- Attendance is at your own risk
- Some tours are not suitable for children under 15 years old, please use your discretion
- Cameras are welcome
- A sweater and sturdy footwear are highly recommended (no high heels)