Bishop Museum

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Hawaii's museum of natural and cultural history, the Bishop Museum was originally designed to house the extensive collection of Hawaiian artifacts and royal family heirlooms of Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop. The Museum has since expanded to include millions of artifacts, documents and photos about Hawaii and other Pacific cultures. Daily programs from 9am to 5pm (Closed Tuesdays and Christmas Day) allow visitors to discover more about Hawaiian and Polynesian cultures through live, interactive presentations and exhibit tours. Planetarium shows showcase Polynesian skies and how voyagers navigated using the stars to sail the Pacific. In the new Science Adventure Center, visitors can experience Hawaii's unique natural environment like never before. Control volcanic eruptions, pilot a deep sea rover, see lava melting demos, or walk-through the vivid environment of the Hawaiian Origins Tunnel. For more information please call (808) 847-3511 or visit www.bishopmuseum.org.

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  • Credit Cards - AmericanExpress: Yes
  • Credit Cards - Discover: Yes
  • Credit Cards - JCB: Yes
  • Credit Cards - MasterCard: Yes
  • Credit Cards - Visa: Yes
  • Group Discounts?: yes- must be booked in advance
  • Personal Checks: Yes
  • Reservations Recommended?: yes
  • Hours of Operation: Daily, 9am-5pm excluding Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
Facility Info
  • Space Notes Bishop Museum resides on a fourteen acre site, home to over eleven unique venue spaces and three conference rooms. An ideal setting for private or corporate events, from sit-down dinners and wedding receptions to corporate functions and cocktail parties. Also featuring the Jhamandas Watumull Planetarium and The Richard T. Mamiya Science Adventure Center, Bishop Museum hosts the world renowned collections of Hawaiian and Pacific artifacts, art, film, manuscripts, photographs and documents, adding a new dimension to your events and offers guests the opportunity to explore these treasures.