RED LINE Historic Honolulu Sightseeing Tour

'Iolani Palace

See Honolulu’s cultural, architectural and artistic past on the Red Line. Key stops include the State Capitol / Iolani Palace, Aloha Tower Marketplace and Chinatown. You can also use the Red Line to access shopping destinations such as DFS Galleria, Royal Hawaiian Center, Ward Warehouse, Ward Centre and Ala Moana Center.

 

Free Admission!

Show your 7-day pass either at Waikiki Aquarium or at Honolulu Museum of Art’s admission booth and get in for FREE! A $10.00 value!

Route Map


View Waikiki Trolley Red Line Route in a larger map

Red Line Schedule:

Use this line to visit great places or ride it as a tour! For all of our trolley line schedules, please visit our Trolley Lines Schedules page.

Trolleys arrive every 40 minutes – allow 80 minutes to ride as a circle tour.
Waikiki to Chinatown Daily
First Last
01: Ilikai Hotel & Suites** 8:30AM 4:34PM
02: T Galleria Hawaii (DFS Galleria Waikiki)
8:45AM 4:45PM
03: Moana Surfrider **** 8:48AM 4:48PM
04: Duke Kahanamoku Statue 8:51AM 4:51PM
05: Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel 8:54AM 4:54PM
06: Honolulu Museum of Art 9:08AM 5:08PM
07: State Capitol / ‘Iolani Palace 9:13AM 5:13PM
08: Aloha Tower Marketplace 9:21AM 5:21PM
09: Chinatown 9:27AM 4:07PM*
Chinatown to Waikiki Daily
First Last
10: King Kamehameha Statue 9:32AM 4:12PM*
11: Ward Warehouse 9:39AM 5:39PM
12: Ward Centre 9:41AM 5:41PM
13: Ala Moana Center (ocean side) 9:47AM 5:47PM

*Red Line trolleys do not stop at the Chinatown and King Kamehameha Statue stops after their last scheduled stops at 4:07pm and 4:12pm.

**NOTICE: As there is no Waikiki Trolley stop sign available from this stop, please wait in front of the hotel property for the trolley.

*** Final drop-off at the ‘Ilikai Hotel at 5:54 PM and DFS Galleria Waikiki at 6:05 PM.

**** Moana Surfrider stop is by-passed daily between 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM due to traffic regulations.

Tickets:

Buy your Waikiki Trolley tickets conveniently online!

Discounts and specials are also available for airline employees, travel agents, seniors, and Kama’aina.