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Hawaii Public Holidays 2018

This page contains a calendar of all 2018 Hawaii public holidays. Please scroll down to view.

Hawaii’s public holidays in 2018 are the perfect opportunity for taking the time to fully enjoy the exotic climate and culture of the Aloha State.

There will be up to 10 long weekends in Hawaii during 2018, including three resulting from public holidays that are unique to Hawaii: Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day (Monday, March 26th), King Kamehameha Day (Monday, June 11th), and Statehood Day (Friday, August 17th).

Things to see and do in Hawaii in 2018

Some of the most popular and memorable places to visit in Hawaii during your next public holiday long weekend include:

Honolulu, with its Waikiki Beach and abundant surrounding tourist attractions, natural attractions like Foster Botanical Garden, Punchbowl Crater, and Manoa Falls, and the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor.

Watch some of the most spectacular sunsets and sunrises on earth at Haleakala National Park in Maui. Maui also offers the lush forests and rich history of Lao Valley State Park, the Japanese-founded Buddhist mission called “Lahaina Jodo,” and much more.

Explore the main island of Oahu. Swim at the pleasantly secluded Lanikai Beach, hike to the top of Diamond Head Crater for a panoramic view, see the ruins of old native temples in Kea’iwa State Recreation Area, and see the Iolani Palace where Hawaiian royalty once resided and ruled their domain.

Public Holidays 2018

1 JanMonNew Year's Day
15 JanMonMartin Luther King Jr. Birthday
19 FebMonPresident's Day
26 MarMonPrince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day
30 MarFriGood Friday
28 MayMonMemorial Day
11 JunMonKing Kamehameha Day
4 JulWedIndependence Day
17 AugFriStatehood Day
3 SepMonLabor Day
6 NovTueElection Day
11 NovSunVeterans' Day
12 NovMonVeterans' Day Holiday
22 NovThuThanksgiving Day
25 DecTueChristmas Day