Hanaiakamalama was the summer retreat of Queen Emma, the consort of King Kamehamena IV, and their son Prince Albert Edward. It is situated in the Nu'uanu Valley, a mountain pass overlooking the Honolulu plains (and only a 10-minute drive by car from downtown). Today, Hanaiakamalama occupies more than two acres of manicured landscape maintained by the Daughters of Hawaii. The residence, now a museum, showcases pieces from the late Victorian era, when Hawaii was considered part of the Sandwich Islands. Tour highlights include the master bedroom with the queen's bed and the prince's cradle, the queen's baby grand piano, and a baptism vessel given by Queen Victoria.