Hawai‘i's culture hub with two museums, international caliber exhibitions, an art school, a theater and two cafés.
The Honolulu Museum if Art is an art museum in Honolulu. The museum was founded in 1922 by Anne Rice Cooke. The museum has one of the the largest single collections of Asian and Pan-Pacific art in the United States. Since 1927 its collections have grown to more than 50,000 works of art.
Wonderful exhibits and tasty treats await those who visit here
10 minute walk away! Great art pieces from history from local and international artists!
This wonderful museum is a serene pleasure near the center of town. The historic building is a true oasis with hidden courtyards and a wonderful cafe where you can enjoy an alfresco meal surrounded by art. The numerous galleries encompass a broad spectrum of works from ancient to cutting-edge…
“Discover Hawai‘i’s history and living culture, learn about Polynesian wayfinding, and experience the thrill of an erupting volcano—only at Bishop Museum.”
“The famous outdoor mall in Honolulu which is the 7th largest outdoor mall in the country. You can spend a day here easily, then take a sunset sail from the yacht harbor across the street.”
“Open-air lounge atop a 19-story building featuring happy hour, light bites & a nightclub after 10pm.”
“Fun day for the kids! Enjoy seeing the beautiful animals under the bright Hawaiian sun!”