Navigate from Hawai'i to Tahiti using the Hawaiian star compass while learning about Hokule'a and its World Wide Voyage.
Travel on the tail of a comet to see what the night sky looks like on other planets.
Explore the night sky in Hawai'i and get an overview of major constellations.
Explore the treasures of Hawaiian Hall! Students search to find boxes containing artifacts in order to learn about their use in Hawaiian life. For groups of 45 or less.
Use clues to discover precious objects in Bishop Museum's Hawaiian Hall Collection. For groups of 45 or more.
Visit the Hot Spot Theater to hear the amazing story of our islands' geologic past as students investigate the unique rocks that form from volcanic eruptions.
Check out our rotating exhibit gallery for when your visit will occur. Currently on display: October 3, 2015 to February 1, 2016 - WOW: World of WearableArt: 32 award-winning garments from the international design competition hosted by WOW, complemented with interactive installations.
Visitors become active participants in exploring areas of science in which Hawai'i has gained international recognition for cutting edge research – including volcanology, oceanography, and biodiversity.
For descriptions on each exhibit, please visit www.bishopmuseum.org/signature-galleries
Self-Guided tours last from 30 - 60 minutes
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