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Bishop Museum is the premier place to experience the history, arts and culture of the Hawaiian people. We are recognized throughout the world for our scientific research, educational programs, and extensive collections which give voice to the stories of Hawai‘i and the broader Pacific.

The Museum is open every day 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

We are closed Thanksgiving and December 25th.

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Member Parking Sticker Update

All current members should have received (or will shortly receive) their new membership parking stickers in the mail. If your stickers have not yet arrived in your mailbox due to the holidays, please continue to use your temporary member parking pass (exp. Dec 31) until you receive them. If you have any problems in doing so, please contact the Membership Office at 847-8296 for assistance. Mahalo and Hau'oli Makahiki Hou!

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Charles Reed Bishop's Birthday

Sunday, January 24, 2016

"Travelers to the Sandwich Islands"
Hear about the life and legacy of Charles Reed Bishop as told from the perspective of William Little Lee, his close friend and companion on the voyage that first brought them to the Hawaiian Kingdom in 1846.

Special program starts at 12:00 noon in Hawaiian Hall