Polynesian Cultural Center Offers Free Buffet Dining

For the first time in history, visitors to the Polynesian Cultural Center can eat free with the purchase of an Admission/ Show package


For the first time in history, visitors who come to the Polynesian Cultural Center can now eat free with the purchase of an Admission/ Show package.

Offered at $60 per adult and $44 for children ages 5-15, this package provides a great value for those who only want to experience Hawaii’s top paid visitor attraction and its eight island villages and exhibits as well as the Horizons evening show. With the new offer, guests can also enjoy the Gateway Buffet dinner at no additional cost (a value of $15).

The Gateway Buffet features a spread that is sure to please any palate including fresh tossed greens, the PCC’s signature Hukilau Salad, kalua pork and cabbage, teriyaki mahimahi, fried chicken, chili, steamed rice, coconut cake and more.

In addition to a tasty free meal, guests will immerse themselves in the best of Polynesia with interactive village presentations, hands-on demonstrations and games, the Rainbows of Paradise canoe pageant, a tour of Laie town, as well as learn the importance of the reefs with the IMAX film Coral Reef Adventure. This full day experience culminates with the Horizons show.

This offer is valid from April through August 31, 2009 on a first come, first served basis with limited daily availability based on seating. Kids under five are free.

800-367-7060
www.polynesia.com

 

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