This museum has a fine collection of Hawaiian and Oriental art. It also houses some remarkable Impressionist works by such masters as Van Gogh, Gaughin and Monet.
Established in 1920, the Mission Houses Museum consists of three restored houses and research library that provide a look into 19th Century Hawaii. Visitors can find many exhibits, documents and artifacts pertaining to the 1820-1863 "missionary period". Individual and guided tours are available. The museum is open 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Saturday.
The State Museum of Natural and Cultural History.
The Contemporary Museum
Galleries exhibiting the work of leading contemporary artists, an eclectic gift shop, and a cafe.
Pacific Aerospace Museum
Located in the central lobby of the Honolulu International Airport, the Pacific Aerospace Museum showcases exhibits dealing with aviation and aerospace technology and history. The museum is open daily from 9am to 6pm.
Queen Emma Summer Palace
Built in 1847, this restored home of Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV provides a look into the lifestyle of the Hawaiian monarchy. View personal belongings of the royal family, household furnishing, Hawaiian artifacts and quilts. Group-guided and school tours are available, as well as special exhibits, arts and crafts demonstrations, audiovisual programs and Hawaiian quilting classes.
Hawaii Maritime Center
Celebrate Hawaii's rich maritime history through exhibits, displays and rare maritime artifacts. In association with the Bishop Museum, the Hawaii Maritime Center offers visitors a diverse look into Hawaii's history from its discovery by Polynesian navigators 1500 years ago, to contact with the western culture and the effects of whaling.