Help promote and share the history of Washington Place
Inspire, honor, and share the moʻolelo (stories) of Washington Place as a volunteer docent. As a docent, learn Hawaiʻi’s history and present that information at official state functions, on tours and at special events hosted at the home. Completion of the Docent Training Course and certification are required for all docents.
Volunteers are needed in other areas of the home. Here is a complete list.
The Washington Place Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve Washington Place as a place of learning for the people of Hawaiʻi and its visitors. Donations to support ongoing programs and preservation are accepted online.
Washington Place has remained at the heart of Hawaiʻi’s Capitol in downtown Honolulu, Oʻahu. Best known as the home of Hawaiʻi’s beloved Queen Liliʻuokalani, this National Historic Landmark is the only official residence of a state governor in the United States that was also home to a monarch. Today, the home is managed by the State of Hawaiʻi, Department of Accounting and General Services.
320 South Beretania StreetHonolulu, Hawaiʻi 96813