Bishop Museum

Founded in 1889, the Bishop Museum works to record, preserve and tell the stories of Hawaii and the Pacific, inspiring our guests to embrace and experience our natural and cultural world. To present these stories, the museum uses collections, research, information, educational programs, and publications in collaboration with expertise available in the community. Over the past 112 years, the Museum has acquired 24.7 million items telling the full story of Hawaii and the Pacific. More than 300,000 children and families visit Bishop Museum each year. The Museum also operates two other institutions: Hawai’i Maritime Center (located in Honolulu Harbor next to Aloha Tower Marketplace) and the Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden.

Address: 1525 Bernice Street
Honolulu, HI 96817