Just north of Foster Botanical Garden is Liliuokalani Botanical Garden. This is the smallest of the five Honolulu botanical gardens and this garden was once owned by Hawaii’s last reigning Monarch, Queen Liliuokalani. This was her favorite picnic spot on the island. Queen Liliuokalani bequeathed this beautiful garden to Honolulu to be used for public enjoyment.
This garden has beautiful picnic areas to be enjoyed by the visitors. There is a lovely stream named nu’uana stream as well as Waikahalulu waterfall. Being surrounded by the serenity of this waterfall and the natural Hawaiian flora makes this a fantastic spot to sit and reflect. This is the only garden of the five botanical gardens to feature only native Hawaiian plants.

North Kuakini Street
Honolulu, Hawaii. 96817
Phone: (808) 522-7060

Located between North Kuakini and school street, north of Foster Botanical Garden, in Downtown Honolulu

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