Visitors learn to Hula at Polynesian Cultural Center // (c) 2011 Polynesia Cultural Center
This summer, Polynesian Cultural Center is making it easier for families to visit by reducing certain rates for children.
The north shore Oahu attraction is lowering the general admission rate for kids by 50 percent. Regularly priced at $39.95, it now costs $19.98.
In addition, the cost for the admission and show package, which includes a free buffet dinner, has also been reduced for kids. Regularly priced at $54.95, it now costs $27.48.
In order to allow more youngsters to enjoy these rates, PCC is raising the eligible ages for children's prices to 5-15 (ages 4 and younger continue to receive free admission).
The 50 percent discount and age increase offers are good through Sept. 30, 2011.
“Summer is a time for outdoor family fun,” said Raymond Magalei, PCC director of marketing. “With these two deals, families can enjoy all the Polynesian Cultural Center has to offer in the beautiful Hawaii summer weather without breaking the bank.”
Hawaii’s top paid attraction, PCC presents seven island villages. The center's new Go Native activities include scaling coconut trees in the Samoan Village, racing outrigger canoes in the lagoon, cooking in an umu (Samoan above-ground oven) and learning from resident chefs how to cook favorite Polynesian dishes at home.