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A slice of art deco history that is in dire need of some serious restoration work. The front has had some patching but the pool deck and walls are literally falling to pieces and it is likely to get worse when you look at how...More
This is an interesting War Memorial of World War 1, but it was closed off and looked to be in significant disrepair. And surprisingly it has a plaque on it giving thanks for people leading the restoration in 2000. Hard to believe it was actually...More
We love history and really enjoyed visiting Pearl Harbor. We took our son and we all enjoyed seeing the Arizona memorial and we learned a lot from the audio tour. We also toured the Bowfin submarine, which gave us a real appreciation for submariners.
The Natatorium itself is a beautiful edifice and a wonderful but often forgotten War Memorial. While one can no longer swim in this gorgeous ocean pool, the site still provides a fantastic view of Waikiki especially at sunrise when the sun's rays first start to...More
In truth, there is an old building, swimming pool and arch - nothing else, but this monument to WWI deserves some love and respect.... both Duke K and Johnny Weismuller swam here. Hawaii wasn't even a state during WWI or when the monument was built,...More
This edge of the ocean swimming complex has gone unused for what seems like forever
There is always the ongoing debate of demolishtion or restoration.
A number of years past some fixing was done to make the structure more appealing in appearance and also maintainence...More
The grounds are very nice and large. The façade is classic and very cool. Problem is it's
deteriorating and in need of repair. The locked gates keep visitors out which is sad to see.
It's surprising to see a nice monument and aquatic center like...More
The Waikiki Natatorium War Memorial is a World War 1 war memorial on Waikiki beach in Honolulu, Hawaii, it was built in 1927. It's basically an ocean water public swimming pool. The natatorium was built as a living memorial dedicated to those who served during...More