The Hawaiian Governor's residence, also known as Washington Palace or Little White House, was built in 1846 by U.S. Navy Colonel John Dominis, whose son, John Jr., took over Oahu Island and married the Hawaiian Princess and later Queen Liliu O'Carani, who has lived here for a long time. After that, the governors of all dynasties lived here. Now this is a museum.
Many of the black pillars erected were volcanic rocks. Pei was a design consultant at that time. The fourth floor was where the governor and vice governor worked. Behind the building there is a statue of a woman, the last queen here. Governor's residence in Hawaii (Washington Palace)
I've been inside Washington Place (where the governor resides) once during a holiday open house. It's a beautiful colonial building located in the heart of Honolulu's downtown area, nestled amongst trees next to the Department of Health building. I was always surprised to see so little security around it, but perhaps they are so good they are not seen, which is likely the case. If you're around during an open house, definitely visit!
As it is a semi-self-service tour, there are scheduled pick-up flights and regular sightseeing tours. I think it's good. It's easy and free.
You have to make an appointment before you can go in and visit. It seems that one day a week you can open public day. China's greening is very beautiful. We don't have an appointment. We can only look around outside. In fact, we don't need to come to see Hawaii specifically. It's better to spend time at the seaside.
Washington Mansion, also known as Washington Mansion, is called this because of its similar appearance to the White House. The Governor's House of the Little White House is located on Beltania Street across the Hawaiian State Capitol. The Governor's Mansion of the Scenic Little White House is a two-storey building with white walls and grey roofs. There are three flags hanging above the main entrance, namely, the National Flag, the State Flag and the Governor's Flag.
It is a unique building in the local area. It blends with the surrounding environment and takes beautiful pictures.
One of the least exciting scenic spots, I don't know what language I want to use to describe how I feel about him.
You can visit outside and walk around.
The Hawaiian Governor's Mansion (Washington Palace), which represents the image of Hawaii, passes through the Beletanian Street where Congress is located. It used to be the mansion of 12 Hawaiian Governors. Lily uokalani, the last Queen of Hawaii in history, also lived here.