The building is beautiful and the layout is close to reality. The three-story building has thousands of items on display. The space is spacious and you can have a deeper understanding of Hawaii’s history and culture. You can see some tools, boats, and people’s that are not given. Costumes are very interactive with children. There are more realistic volcano demonstrations, dinosaur exhibitions, and a planetarium. It is very interesting to understand the local history and culture from many aspects, but the price is more expensive, which is really heartache.
Is it pouring rain? No mattah. Try the Bishop museum. In the main building, there's the skeleton of a blue whale suspended over a central courtyard and lots of exhibits peculiar to Hawaii. Hula show in late morning (call). Gain some great insights into Hawaiian history. There's also a cool planetarium show and a wonderful book/gift shop.
Much of the museum is family-oriented, but there is an entire building dedicated to Hawaiian history and art. Check out the planetarium, too!
So much rich culture and beautiful art. A must see!
Bishop museum is always a treat for the family. The main older building houses the history of the Hawaiian monarchy and Hawaiian culture, while the outer buildings house a planetarium, a exhibition wing with changing exhibits, and a science and tech building dealing with the nature and science of the Hawaiian islands. Great time for all