Rainy Day Activities: Oahu

Oahu offers some amazing things to do when the weather outside isn't all sunshine and rainbows.


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When you think about being in Hawaii you think about playing in the ocean, lying on the sand, or hiking through tropical rainforests. Being stuck inside because of torrential rain while you are on vacation in Hawaii would really stink if there was nothing else to do! This is where indoor activities come into play. Oahu has a plethora of things to do that will keep you out of the rain. This list should help you enjoy Oahu on a rainy day.

Hawaii Children's Discovery Center


The Children's Discovery Center is geared towards younger kids, with many interactive play areas. This will keep them occupied for hours.

Waikiki Aquarium


Home to more than 3,500 organisms from 490 species of marine plants and animals, there is something for everyone here.

Rascals Family Fun Center


Laser tag, arcade games, bowling, and mini golf, oh my!

The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum


Soak up some Hawaiian history at the Bishop Museum. But don't worry, there is plenty for kids here as well.

Shangri La and Honolulu Museum of Art


Visit Doris Duke's home and see her collection of Islamic art as part of Honolulu Museum of Art.

Volcanic Rock Gym

Climb in the great indoors at this rock wall gym.

Iolani Palace


See how Hawaiian royalty used to live. Kids likely won't enjoy this one, but history buffs will love it.

Hawaiian Mission Houses

See how early American Protestant missionaries interacted with native Hawaiians.

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor


Check out some amazing planes and learn about the history of aviation in the Pacific. It's fun for adults and kids.

K1 Speed


Race to the finish at this indoor go-cart race track.

Aiea Bowl


Knock down some pins at a bowling alley.

Dave & Busters


Eat and play all day here.

Shopping

The massive Ala Moana Center with over 300 shops and restaurants or Pearlridge Center with a monorail between the two building will keep you dry.
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