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Disney’s Aulani Resort to Reopen ‘Aunty’s Beach House’ May 25

Aunty's Beach House at Aulani

Families heading to Aulani Resort in Hawaii this summer will be happy to hear that “Aunty’s Beach House” will reopen May 25.

At “Aunty’s Beach House,” children – known as keiki in Hawaii – will explore Hawaiian culture, art and music, with a dash of Disney magic, at this supervised activities club for Guests ages 5 to 12.

Designed as a typical hale, or house, where kids might visit their “aunty,” this kids club puts the focus on fun. Each of the six colorful rooms is dedicated to different activities, including a movie room, a computer lab, an arts and crafts studio, and a game room.

Aunty's Beach House at Aulani

Parents can reserve a playtime in Aunty’s Beach House between the hours of 8am and 2pm daily for secured children’s programming.

During these hours, parents may select 1.5 hours of playtime for complimentary themed activities on “Uncle’s Side” of the house, where complimentary activities include interactive games and arts and crafts based on the theme of the day.

Guests can also choose 2 hours on “Aunty’s Side” of the house for premium activities, such as “Surf’s Up,” where children will learn about the ocean, catch a wave on carpet surfboards with Max, and get the somewhat wacky lowdown on fishing Hawai‘i waters with Goofy.

Another premium activity is “Kakamora Chaos with Moana,” where kids can spend a fun-filled time interacting and playing traditional Hawaiian children’s games with a special guest from across the sea, Moana! Plus, Moana will teach her new friends a game from her home island of Motunui calle the Kakamora Relay.

Moana at Aulani

When it opens, “Aunty’s Beach House” will also offer evening entertainment from 4-9pm. Families can choose from an assortment of complimentary and premium activities where they can learn to play the ukulele, get together for a lesson in animation, or make lasting memories with photo opportunities in front of surfing scenes and other colorful backdrops.

Aunty's Beach House at Aulani

“Aunty’s Beach House” will follow safety and health protocols, including face-covering requirements, capacity limits, physical distancing, spacing between craft benches and play areas and temperature checks.

Aunty invites you to become a part of her extended ‘ohana. Reservations can be made up to two weeks in advance by visiting the “Aunty’s Beach House webpage” at or by calling (808) 674-6943 from 7am to 9:30pm daily.