For your safety have limited indoor capacities, and timed admissions are encouraged to be purchased online.
Please visit our health and safety page for updates.

Bishop Museum After Hours 

Friday, August 6, 2021 
5-8 p.m.  
General Admission Rates apply

Bishop Museum Members are free 
Not a member? Join today!
Preregistration is required, limited hourly admissions. 

Walk-ins will be admitted on a space-available basis (credit card only)
Parking: $3 per vehicle (credit card only)
Free Parking with Member’s parking sticker on windshield

Looking for new experiences at Bishop Museum? Can’t make it during the day? We’ve got you covered! Bishop Museum will be opening its 15-acre campus once a month, for the evening!

Kamaʻāina and visitors can explore Hawaiʻi’s unique and unparalleled cultural and natural history during Bishop Museum After Hours. See Kalaniʻōpuʻu’s feather ʻahu ʻula (cape) and mahiole (helmet) in Hawaiian Hall; check out Hawaiʻi’s animal and plant biodiversity in the Science Adventure Center; explore new exhibitions in the Castle Memorial Building. Spend your evening under Honolulu’s star-lit sky on the Great Lawn with a meal from a local food truck and music. Bishop Museum has a safe and socially distanced, family-friendly experience for everyone.

Once a timed admission is booked, please arrive anytime during your check-in hour. Arriving after your booked hour check-in window by more than 15 minutes may require entry on a space-available basis. Once checked in, all admissions are welcome to stay until 8 p.m.


On View

POW! WOW! The First Decade: From Hawaiʻi to the World 
May 15 to September 19, 2021
Castle Memorial Building

Some of the most notable Hawai‘i-based artists, international street artists, and sculptors are showcased in this exhibit.  Over 160 artists are featured, along with murals installed by 30 artists, within the gallery and throughout Bishop Museum’s campus.


(Re)Generations: Challenging Scientific Racism in Hawaiʻi

February 20 – October 24, 2021
J. M. Long Gallery

Explore a collection of photographs and plaster busts created by anthropologist Louis R. Sullivan as a tool to measure and classify the physical traits of a supposedly “pure” Native Hawaiian race. Despite its problematic racist origins, the Sullivan Collection has taken on new life as one of the Museum’s primary sources for genealogical research, and as a vehicle for rediscovering ancestors and genealogical connections.

Date

Aug 06 2021

Time

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum

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Organizer

Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
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OPEN DAILY 9 AM – 5 PM

1525 BERNICE STREET
HONOLULU, HAWAI’I 96817

OPEN DAILY 9 AM – 5 PM

1525 BERNICE STREET
HONOLULU, HAWAI’I 96817