Five-0 Headquarters. In 1968, 'Iolani Palace was the Hawaii State Capitol Building. And, so, it became the headquarters of the state's premiere (albeit fictitious) police force. In 1969, the new state capitol building opened, but Five-0. stayed in the Palace. Of course, filming was another matter: It took place.
Oct 19, 2012 · Yes, anyone who has seen the new Hawaii 5-0 or just about any show or movie from Hawaii has seen this memorable building with the iconic statute of King Kamehameha. Plus it is across the street from the Iolani Palace so you get an easy twofer. Get a picture, visit the inside briefly to enjoy this beautiful building and then head over to the palace.4/5(133)
Sep 21, 2010 · The building shown as headquarters for the fictional Hawaii Five-O state police group is the same in both the old series and the new one that premiered Monday. Although it did once house Hawaii state offices, Iolani Palace has not served as the set for Steve McGarrett’s office interior in either version of the series.
Nov 01, 2010 · Myth 3: Five-0 Headquarters Located in Historic Buildings When the detectives gather at headquarters, a scene of a very attractive historic building shows on the screen with a caption that it’s their headquarters. Well, those are actually scenes of Iolani Palace and …
This beautiful building located in historic downtown Honolulu is the Five-O headquarters. Outside the front entrance stands the majestic statue of King Kamehameha. Your guide can make time to go inside this building, (passing through security as it is the State Supreme Court) to the museum.