You’ll always find something to do when you’re living in Honolulu – even if you’re a museum aficionado. These are our three favorites in the area.
3 Amazing Museums in Honolulu
The Hawaiian royal family lived at Iolani Palace until 1893. Guided tours of the residence lead visitors through the Throne Room, Grand Hall, Imprisonment Room, and provide an opportunity to view a number of other interesting locations throughout the estate. Curators have placed fascinating displays of period furnishings, royal silver and tableware, military accessories, and historic photos throughout the palace.
This museum has a vast collection of art from different centuries and continents. The museum’s crown jewel is its stunning collection of Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock prints. Several galleries exhibit interesting displays of Hawaiian art. Docents at the museum offer free personalized tours Tuesday through Saturday between 10 a.m and noon.
An afternoon at the Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor promises educational, family-friendly fun all members of the group will enjoy. Explore the nooks and crannies of vintage airplanes and tour historic Pearl Harbor Naval Air Station on Ford Island. The museum even has flight simulators perfect for some serious excitement.
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