AAA Editor Notes
Mokupāpapa: Discovery Center for Hawai‘i’s Remote Coral Reefs is at 76 Kamehameha Ave. Displays, wall panels, interactive exhibits and a three-sided saltwater aquarium showcase the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, which extend 1,200 miles beyond Kaua‘i and now comprise Papahanamokuakea Marine National Monument. Visitors can learn about the animals inhabiting these reefs and tiny islands, as well as the islands’ cultural importance and long human history.
Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.