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New Year’s Day 2021: List of what’s open and closed today

What’s open and closed on New Year’s Day:

GOVERNMENT OFFICES (CLOSED)

>> Federal offices

>> State offices

>> City, county offices and all satellite city halls


SCHOOLS (CLOSED)

>> Public

>> University of Hawaii


PUBLIC SERVICES (CLOSED)

>> All state libraries (see list)

>> Open markets

PUBLIC SERVICE (OPEN)

>> Municipal golf courses


FINANCIAL SERVICES (CLOSED)

>> American Savings Bank

>> Bank of Hawaii

>> Central Pacific Bank

>> First Hawaiian Bank

>> Hawaii National Bank

>> Territorial Savings Bank

>> Most savings and loans

>> Stock brokerages


ATTRACTIONS (CLOSED)

>> Arizona Memorial

>> Honolulu Botanical Gardens

>> Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center

>> Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve

>> Hawai’i State Art Museum

>> Honolulu Museum of Art

>> Lyon Arboretum

>> Hawaiian Mission Houses

>> Paradise Cove

>> Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum

>> Polynesian Cultural Center

>> Queen Emma Summer Palace

>> Sea Life Park

>> USS Bowfin

>> USS Missouri


ATTRACTIONS (OPEN)

>> Bishop Museum

>> Dole Plantation

>> Honolulu Zoo

>> Iolani Palace

>> Waikiki Aquarium (special hours)

>> Waimea Valley


OTHER

>> TheBus is operating on a Sunday schedule;

>> On-street parking is free, except for meters on Kalakaua Avenue along Queen Kapiolani Park and specific Waikiki streets, and metered parking lots. View the list here.;

>> Traffic: No contra-flow cones;

>> No trash pickup;

>> No mail delivery and all post office locations are closed;

>> City landfills closed.

Correction: The Polynesian Cultural Center remains closed due to the pandemic. An earlier version of this list said it was open today.

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