Phased-in enhancements to activities, shows, restaurants, retail shops and B2B booking system designed to benefit guests and bottom line alike
When the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) embarks on a new course, it sets out to succeed. This is the case as the top paid attraction on
Founded in 1963, the PCC has entertained more than 34 million visitors, while preserving and portraying the culture, arts and crafts of
When the PCC reinvented and launched its evening show in fall 2009, the result was the highly successful and critically acclaimed, Ha: Breath of Life, the world’s largest Polynesian review. The Haunted Lagoon, entering its fourth season this October, has become
Rediscover the Marquesas
After nearly a year’s worth of renovations, the PCC’s Marquesas exhibit will reopen in June 2011. Representations of the rich culture and lush green landscapes of the French Polynesian island nation abound in this 5,000 square foot exhibit. Located in a secluded corner of the PCC and accessible via canoe or walkways, the village has received improvements that include fully renovated, authentic Polynesian structures and picturesque waterfalls, lush vegetation and a walkway to a private lookout. The exhibit will also be available for private events with advanced booking.
Founded in 1963 as a non-profit organization, the