Iolani Palace, a National Hawaiian Historic Landmark, was the residence of the Kingdom's last two monarchs: King Kalakaua and his sister successor, Queen Lili’uokalani. Built in 1882 gy Kikng Kalakaua, duruing the monarchy period, the Iolani Palace was the center of all the social and political activity in the Kingdom of Hawai’i.  After the overthrow of the monarchy, its grandeur was neglected but now restoration and preservation continues, and as a result, today's visitors can enjoy one of the most precise historical restorations in Polynesia and America. The first and second floors of the Palace have been meticulously restored and are open to the public for guided tours. The first floor consists of the public reception areas - the Grand Hall, State Dining Room, Blue Room, and the Throne Room. The second floor consists of the private suites - the King's and Queen's suites, Music Room, and the Imprisonment Room, where Queen Liliuokalani was held under house arrest for five months following the overthrow of her government. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a Guided Tour at Iolani Palace – only one of the attractions included in the Honolulu Unlimited Attractions Pass.   Purchase yours today and get to see the most of Honolulu!