Ohau is also home to the Wakiki Aquarium, the Honolulu Zoo, and the Sea Life Park. The Park has a 300,000 gallon tank where you can see sharks, rays and thousands of reef fish. You can even swim with the dolphins here. The kid's will love the dolphins.
The island of Maui hosts the Maui Ocean Center, which is the largest tropical aquarium in the United States. Maui is also a good place to windsurf and has tons of different waterfalls. The resort area of Ka'anapali is located on the western coast of Maui, and is home to the island's best golf courses. This is where you will find the large high-rise resorts. They have plenty of pools for the kids to swim in. The beach here, however, is not quite as kid friendly as Waikiki Beach. The rip currents can be strong and Maui is much windier that Honolulu. The calmer beach at Kihei, might be a little more kid friendly.
If horseback riding is more your style, you should visit either the North Shore of Oahu or the big island of Hawaii. Of course, don't forget the luau. Luaus make for great family fun and can be found on any of the Hawaiian islands. The fire eaters and beautiful Polynesian dancers are sure to impress kids of all ages. Whatever your idea of family fun, Hawaii is sure to please.