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Waikiki Trolley

Red Line

Waikiki Trolley Red Line

Waikiki Trolley's Red line is perfect for someone looking to discover the Culture and Art Waikiki and the city of Honolulu have to offer! With multiple pick up spots throughout Waikiki hopping on the Waikiki Trolley Red Line is simple! This 80-minute round-trip adventure routes through Honolulu's City and Arts District. Stops include top historical sights such as Duke Kahanamoku Statue in Waikiki, the Honolulu Museum of Art, 'Iolani Place (Hawaii State Capital), and Kin Kamehameha Statue to name a few.  Check out the route map below!

Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA), South Beretania Street, Honolulu, HI, USA
Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA), South Beretania Street, Honolulu, HI, USA
King Kamehameha Statue, South King Street, Honolulu, HI, USA
Iolani Palace, South King Street, Honolulu, HI, USA
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See more information regarding the Waikiki Trolley Red Line below including Trolley Map, Trolley Schedule, and Trolley Route below.

Trolley Information

Waikiki Trolley FAQ

Most Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Waikiki Trolley free?

No, unfortunately the Waikiki Trolley is not free. Pricing starts at $45 for a one-day pass that includes all operating lines/routes. You can purchase your passes online by visiting Real Hawaii Tours website.

How much is the trolley in Waikiki?

Waikiki Trolley full day passes start at $45. This might seem expensive at first but Waikiki Trolley Passes include all lines and routes! You can find out more information by visiting https://www.realhawaiitours.com/oahu/waikiki-trolley/.

Where Can I Purchase Waikiki Trolley Tickets?

You can purchase Waikiki Trolley Passes online on our website and redeem them without having to visit a Waikiki Trolley booth.

Learn more about the Waikiki Trolley ticket options using the below links:


Does the Waikiki Trolley go to Diamond Head?

Yes, the Waikiki Trolley Blue Line visits Diamond Head and is included in every trolley pass!

Does the Waikiki Trolley go to Pearl Harbor?

Unfortunately, beginning in 2021, the Waikiki Trolley no longer routes to Pearl Harbor unless you purchase a Pearl Harbor Tour which includes transportation through Real Hawaii Tours.

Does the Waikiki Trolley go to the airport?

No, unfortunately the Waikiki Trolley does not transit to the Honolulu International Airport.

Can I Purchase Waikiki Trolley Tickets Online?

Yes, you can purchase Waikiki Trolley Tickets online. To purchase Waikiki Trolley Tickets or Passes click here.

Red Line Trolley Map


Red Line Trolley Schedule

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** 110 minutes round-trip, and an additional 10 minutes for cleaning **

** Schedule/Stops May change due to traffic and other factors **

Top Trolley Stops

Waikiki Trolley Red Line's Top Attractions

Stop 2

Duke Kahanamoku Statue


Stop 4

Honolulu Museum of Art

Honolulu Museum of Art (HoMA), South Beretania Street, Honolulu, HI, USA

Stop 5

'Iolani Place


Stop 8

King Kamehameha Statue