A National Historic Site in the Making

Although not yet open to the public, Hono‘uli‘uli National Historic Site will tell the history of incarceration, martial law, and the experience of prisoners of war in Hawai‘i during World War II. Hono‘uli‘uli National Historic Site will be a place to reflect on wartime experiences and recommit ourselves to the pursuit of freedom and justice.

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Park Planning

Information and updates on Hono‘uli‘uli National Historic Site planning efforts

Resources and Multimedia

Resources and Multimedia

Although not yet open to the public, there are many ways to learn about the history of Hono‘uli‘uli National Historic Site.

President Obama signing proclamation in the Whitehouse Oval Office

National Monument Established

President Obama announced the creation of Hono‘uli‘uli National Monument by presidential proclamation in 2015.

Last updated: August 15, 2022

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National Park Service
Hono‘uli‘uli National Historic Site
99-040 Kauhale Street, PO Box 2079

Aiea , HI 96701

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808-295-7673

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