Everyday our staff and volunteers lead free guided tours throughout our campus. Learn about the history, peoples, plants and animals of the most remote archipelago on Earth.
See why every living thing is a machine built to survive, move, and discover, and explore how these marvels of natural engineering inspire us.
The December 7, 1941 attacks on Pearl Harbor on O‘ahu sent reverberations internationally and forged some of the greatest stories of tragedy and heroism we know today.
Patterns, intricate and vibrant, are a trademark of Hawaiian artistic expression, whether stamped onto barkcloth, drawn onto gourds, woven into mats or pricked into skin.
This is your one stop shop for all museum educational resources for K-12, higher education and informal education.
Explore Hawaiian Culture and History through incomparable treasures from our collections.
Over 125 Years of Print At Your Fingertips! Search our titles and purchase online. Shipping is now available!
Bishop Museum collections from Hawaii and the Pacific are among the largest and most important in the world.
Learn about the research projects Bishop Museum scientists are working on in the Hawaiian Islands and the greater Pacific Basin.
Visit these sites for additional information on astronomy in Hawaiʻi and elsewhere!
Monthly Skywatch Article & Map
Book a Field Trip
Stars & Guitars
2017 Astronomy Highlights
Additional Astronomy Resources
Science on a Sphere
Hawai‘i Sunrise & Sunset Times