Things to do in KEAAU with kids

Aloha! (That means “Hello” in Hawaiian!)

All good things come to those who wait, and when Hawaii became the 50th state, the country gained it’s own tropical paradise - which means so did you!  And we say, completely embrace it!

From fascinating tours such as the free entry National Tropical Botanical Garden, to the Polynesian Cultural Center which is the most popular attraction for a reason! It’s a place where kids can get an understanding of the strong cultural traditions they are experiencing.

Museums such as Grove Farm Homestead Museum and Pacific Aviation Museum will introduce them to the rich history that has been embedded into every person, and every building.

And activities such as the Cowboys of Hawaii and Ice Palace Hawaii will give those active kids an adventure they didn't think possible in the state.  Cowboys and ice in Hawaii - who would have thought!

They may be across the ocean, but they still know how to give families an incredible experience!

Aloha! (That means “Goodbye” in Hawaiian!)

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  • Panaewa Rainforest Zoo and Gardens

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    Keaau

    Pana`ewa Rainforest Zoo & Gardens is located off Hwy. 11 in Hilo on the island of Hawaii It is the only natural tropical rainforest zoo in the United States. One of the many fun family places to go ...

  • Pa'ani Ranch and ATV Adventures

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    (6 miles) Keaau

    Hawaiian adventures with ziplines, horseback and ATV tours! Also programs for kids including wagon tours, pond pole fishing, pony rides, & a petting zoo!

  • Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii

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    (6 miles) Hilo

    Since opening, â

  • The Pacific Tsunami Museum

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    (8 miles) Hilo

    The museum features a series of in-house permanent exhibits that interpret the tsunami phenomena, the Pacific Tsunami Warning system, the history of tsunamis in the Pacific Basin, tsunamis of the ...

  • Laupahoehoe Train Museum

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    (26 miles) Laupahoehoe

    The Laupahoehoe Train Museum and visitors\' center opened on March 1, 1998, and celebrates the story of Hawai\'i\'s railroads, as well as the rich history of the Hamakua Coast.

  • Hawaii Volcanos

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    (27 miles) Hawaii

    Hawaii Volcanoes National Park displays the results of 70 million years of volcanism, migration, and evolution -- processes that thrust a bare land from the sea and clothed it with unique ecosystems, ...

  • Parker Ranch

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    (49 miles) Kamuela

    Parker Ranch on the Big Island of Hawaii is home of the Hawaiian cowboy: ka aina o ka paniolo. The Parker Ranch story is a road from Hawaiian history to modern day life in Hawaii. Parker Ranch offers ...

  • Kahua Ranch

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    (49 miles) Kamuela

    Whether you want to explore the countryside on an ATV, or stroll through the pastures on horseback, you will be amazed by the natural beauty from the Kehena Rainforest to the Pohakuloa Desert with ...

  • Pu'uhonua Honaunau Historic Park

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    (58 miles) Captain Cook

    Visit a sacred site in Hawaii that features some of the most significant traditional sites across all of the islands! Historic fun for kids.

  • Dolphin Discoveries

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    (60 miles) Kailua Kona

    Have you ever dreamed of swimming eye to eye with a dolphin? So have we! And we hope to make that dream come true for you! We\'ve been on the water with the spinner dolphins in Kona for 15 years and ...