Explore Our Kaka‘ako Scavenger Hunt

Saturday, June 26 thru Sunday, July 4, 2021

Our Kaka‘ako neighborhood

Our Kaka‘ako neighborhood



Discover the art, history, culture and green spaces that make this neighborhood so unique and special. Download the scavenger hunt map below, or pick one up at The Barn at SALT at Our Kaka‘ako. Find all 9 hidden exterior wall decals throughout Our Kaka‘ako, scan the QR code on each decal to learn about the art mural or location, and see inspiring videos of the artists talking about their creations.

Parking at Our Kaka‘ako

Parking is available at the SALT at Our Kaka‘ako parking structure at 333 Keawe St. and The Flats at Pu‘unui parking garage at 440 Keawe Street.

For these two parking structures, with validation from SALT at Our Kaka‘ako shops or restaurants on Block F, or with validation from Keawe Retail shops or restaurants on Block B:

  • 1st hour: FREE
  • 2nd hour: $1.00
  • 3rd hour: $3.00
  • 4th hour: $3.00 per half hour or fraction thereof.
  • Parking without validation, after the first hour:
    $3.00 every 30 mins. or fraction thereof.

Coin-operated metered street parking is also available.

Please wear a mask and continue to social distance.
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