Hawaii Capital Historic District

Beretania, Richards, King, Queen, Punchbowl, and Kawaiahao Sts.
Honolulu, Hawaii

Historic Document

Hawaii Capital Historic District is located in Honolulu County, Hawaii certified as a historic location on Friday December 01, 1978. This location is a protected historic place because of historical significance relating to Domestic, Religion, Social, Government, more specifically a Courthouse, Religious Structure, Capitol, Civic, City Hall, Government Office. Hawaii Capital Historic District was nominated by as a historic location by State Government based on Event, Architecture/Engineering, Person and its significance in Politics/Government, Architecture, Social History.

Hawaii Capital Historic District Information

Other Name: See Also:Aliiolani Hale;Kapuaiwa Building;St. Andrew's Cathe
Ownership Type: Mixed
Type of Resource: District
Historically Significant Names Associated With This Location: Kamehameha,et al.
Historically Significant Years Associated With This Location: 1794, 1850, 1893
Level of Governmental Significance: National
Architect, builder, or engineer: Multiple
Restricted Archeological Site: Not Listed as a Restricted Site
Federal Agency Responsible for This Location: General Services Administration

Hawaii Capital Historic District Size Data

Acres occupied by this site: 570
Number of historically contributing buildings: 17
Number of historically contributing sites: 1
Number of historically contributing structures: 2
Number of historically contributing objects: 0
Number of noncontributing buildings: 0
Number of noncontributing sites: 0
Number of noncontributing structures: 0
Number of noncontributing objects: 0
Related Sections:
Honolulu Historic Locations Honolulu County Historic Locations Hawaii Historic Locations