Kapi’olani Park is a public park located in Honolulu, Hawaii on the east end of Waikiki, near Diamond Head. It is named after Queen Kapi’olani, the wife of King Kalakaua, and was established in 1877 as the first public park in the Hawaiian Islands.

The park covers 170 acres and offers a variety of activities and facilities, including picnic areas, tennis courts, soccer and rugby fields, a running track, a bandstand, and a beach. The park also features the Honolulu Zoo, which houses a variety of animals from around the world, as well as the Waikiki Shell, an outdoor amphitheater that hosts concerts and other events.

Kapi’olani Park is a popular destination for both tourists and locals, offering a peaceful oasis in the midst of the bustling Waikiki area. The park is open from 5am to 10pm daily and admission is free.