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If you’re celebrating Mother’s Day in Hawaii with kids, you are in for a treat! What better place to celebrate than in Hawaii? In honor of Mother’s Day, there are many special events happening here.
You probably want to plan something special for mom if you’re celebrating Mother’s Day in Hawaii. We’ve got a roundup of our favorite ideas. Luckily, all of these are kid-friendly too, so the whole family can celebrate while on vacation.
You’re in Hawaii, so get outside and enjoy it! Drive around the island, walk around the shops on the North Shore, or go for a walk through the botanical garden in Waimea Valley.
In honor of Mother’s Day in Hawaii, Sea Life Park offers mothers free park admission with the purchase of a ticket from May 8 – May 14. Click here for more information about this and other discounts.
The Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium, Pacific Aviation Museum, and Bishop Museum are all open on Sundays and are sure to entertain the entire family.
If you love to shop, you will love this craft fair. It is geared towards families and will take place from May 5-7 at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. Bring the kids to buy gifts for mom, or bring her along so she can pick out what she wants. Click here for more information.
Pamper mom by grabbing some food and taking her to the beach. Let the kids run around in the sand and let mom soak in the sun while enjoying some Hawaiian food. If you drive along the North Shore, you can grab a picnic lunch from one of the food trucks scattered along Kamehameha Highway.
The popular cruising company will host a Mother’s Day Brunch Cruise. There will be Hawaiian cultural activities that the entire family can enjoy, including lei making and ukulele and hula lessons. Moms have the chance to enjoy door prizes, Mother’s Day cake, and more.
The cruise will take place on May 14, 2017, from 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM. Leaving from the Aloha Tower in Honolulu, the cost is $69.00 per adult and $42.00 per child.
Click here for more information and to book your tickets.
No matter how you choose to celebrate Mother’s Day in Hawaii with kids, everyone is sure to have a Mother’s Day that they will never forget in paradise.
Posted by: Bruce Fisher on May 9, 2017