Honolulu’s art scene has never been more exciting. In the past few years, Hawai‘i has embraced its unique geographic location by showcasing a melting pot of contemporary art from around the world. Today, Ward Village sits at the epicenter of this modern art renaissance.
Ward Village recently served as the title sponsor of the inaugural Honolulu Biennial, an epic cultural event that showcased the diverse perspectives of esteemed artists from Hawai‘i, the Pacific, Asia, North America, New Zealand and Australia. It was an international gathering that was a part of Ward Village’s continuing commitment to art, and fostering big ideas.
Our top restaurant picks from Ward Village and Honolulu.
Spend a day shopping at Ward Village where you can find a unique mix of local boutiques and national retailers.
We’ve taken the stress and cost out of moving by completely outfitting your home before you even walk in the door. Our team of interior specialists consider every detail and luxury as they craft the special place you’ll call home.
Established in 2015 by co-owners Tom Park and Justin Park, Bar Leather Apron provides an intimate bar experience in downtown Honolulu, offering finely crafted cocktails, spirits, beer and wine.
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