Bishop Museum — Bernice Street
Honolulu, HI
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1525 Bernice Street
Honolulu, HI 96817

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Sat, Dec 8 at 11:31am

I like the great service that I always receive.
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Fri, Jan 11 at 11:11am

I LIKE THE STAFF.
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Wed, Nov 14 at 01:09am

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Tue, Nov 13 at 03:50pm

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sandra
Mon, Dec 31 at 07:09am

Very friendly, always nice when I go in there, explains things if necessary.
Bonnie Cox Coone
Sat, Dec 29 at 09:26am

I like the Audio Dept., CDs and phone cards.
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Fri, Dec 28 at 11:41pm

Excellent customer service. Great staff!!!!!

Museum Hours

Open every day
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day

Admission

    General Admission

    • $22.95 - Adult
    • $19.95 - Senior, 65 & over
    • $14.95 - Junior, ages 4-17
    • Free - Child, age 3 & under

    Kama‘āina/Military Admission*

    • $14.95 - Adult
    • $12.95 - Senior, 65 & over
    • $10.95 - Junior, ages 4-17
    • Free - Child, age 3 & under

    About Us

    Bishop Museum was founded in 1889 by Charles Reed Bishop in honor of his late wife, Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last descendant of the royal Kamehameha family. The Museum was established to house the extensive collection of Hawaiian objects and royal family heirlooms of the Princess, and has expanded to include millions of objects, documents and photographs about Hawai‘i and other Pacific island cultures.

    Mr. Bishop built the magnificent Polynesian and Hawaiian Halls on the grounds of the original Kamehameha Schools for Boys. The Museum and School shared the Kapālama campus until 1940 when a new larger school complex was opened nearby on Kapālama Heights.

    Today, Bishop Museum is the largest museum in the state and the premier natural and cultural history institution in the Pacific, recognized throughout the world for its cultural collections, research projects, consulting services and public educational programs. It also has one of the largest natural history specimen collections in the world. Serving and representing the interests of Native Hawaiians is a primary purpose of the Museum.

    Parking at Bishop Museum

    When you park your car at Bishop Museum, you are providing vital support for the Museum’s collections, research, and educational programs and exhibits.

    Parking Fees

    Why is there a fee to park at Bishop Museum?

    Parking fees have been implemented to secure additional funds to support the Museum’s continued forward momentum as a gathering place and educational center for our community. Proceeds from paid parking are directly applied to ensuring the best possible care of our community’s Hawaiian and Pacific collections, and also the educational exhibits and programs that tell their stories.

    How much is the parking fee?

    Parking is $5 per car per visit.
    There is a reduced rate of $3 for evening hours.
    $5 Daytime Rate: 6:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
    $3 Evening Rate: 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.
    Evening and special events rates may apply. No overnight parking privileges.
    Failure to pay for parking will result in a $5 parking owed notice, payable to Diamond Parking.


     

     
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