Honolulu, Hawaii

Take this fun facts quiz about Hawaii's capital city, Honolulu.

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Take this fun facts quiz about Hawaii's capital city, Honolulu.

1. What does Honolulu mean in the Hawaiian language?

  • sheltered bay
  • sandy beach
  • rocky shore
  • isolated cove

2. On the southeast coast of what Hawaiian island is Honolulu located?

  • Maui
  • Oahu
  • Kauai
  • Lanai

3. The Japanese bombed what naval base in Honolulu in 1941?

  • Kawaihae Harbor
  • Port Allen Harbor
  • Hilo Harbor
  • Pearl Harbor

4. What district of Honolulu is its most popular tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors each year?

  • Wailupe
  • Waikiki
  • Kapolei
  • Kahana

5. What is the largest museum in Honolulu, with the largest collection of natural history specimen and cultural artifacts in Hawaii?

  • Bailey House Museum
  • Hawaii State Art Museum
  • Bishop Museum
  • Hui o Laka-Koke'e Museum

6. What aquarium in Honolulu is also a working marine biology laboratory?

  • Waikiki Aquarium
  • The Hawaiian Aquarium
  • LiveAquaria
  • Sea Life Park

7. Although Hawaii does not have any professional sports teams, Honolulu hosts the annual NFL Pro Bowl in February at what stadium?

  • Les Murakami Stadium
  • Waikiki Shell
  • Hawaii Convention Center
  • Aloha Stadium

8. What beach in Honolulu is known as one of the best beaches in the world, with half of its two-mile stretch marked off for surfers?

  • Lanikai Beach
  • Hanalei Bay Beach
  • Waikiki Beach
  • Hanauma Bay

9. What palace located in Honolulu was built during the reign of Kamehameha III?

  • Ainahau Palace
  • Kaniakapupu Palace
  • 'Iolani Palace
  • Hulihee Palace

10. Which of the following universities is not located in Honolulu?

  • Chaminade University
  • Hawaii Pacific University
  • University of Hawaii Manoa
  • American University of Hawaii

Your Results:

1. What does Honolulu mean in the Hawaiian language?
sheltered bay

2. On the southeast coast of what Hawaiian island is Honolulu located?
Oahu

3. The Japanese bombed what naval base in Honolulu in 1941?
Pearl Harbor

4. What district of Honolulu is its most popular tourist destination, attracting millions of visitors each year?
Waikiki

5. What is the largest museum in Honolulu, with the largest collection of natural history specimen and cultural artifacts in Hawaii?
Bishop Museum

6. What aquarium in Honolulu is also a working marine biology laboratory?
Waikiki Aquarium

7. Although Hawaii does not have any professional sports teams, Honolulu hosts the annual NFL Pro Bowl in February at what stadium?
Aloha Stadium

8. What beach in Honolulu is known as one of the best beaches in the world, with half of its two-mile stretch marked off for surfers?
Waikiki Beach

9. What palace located in Honolulu was built during the reign of Kamehameha III?
'Iolani Palace

10. Which of the following universities is not located in Honolulu?
American University of Hawaii

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