The palace is a a two-story wooden structure that contains many of the original ornate furnishings and Hawaiian artifacts. I believe it was built by Kamehameha V, a descendent of the first king Kamehameha. There is a fee to get in, but it's well worth it if you are interested in Hawaiian history. The museum is staffed by volunteers, and there was a docent wandering around the day we visited. He was very congenial and gave us lots of additional information about the palace.
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