The have a very large collection of Hawaiian art from the early to late 20th century all for free. The cafe inside is quite good too.
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This spectacular visit was a last minute decision and much to our amazement it was Free Museum Day. The layout is incredible and the artwork is world class.
We were not originally planning to visit this museum. But we had time before a scheduled tour, and happened to be in the neighbourhood. It's really interesting, filled with all sorts of thought provoking art, vintage and modern.
The O'keeffe works from her stay in Hawaii are in a separate room and give a different perspective of the artist. I was honored to present my musical on Lillie Langtry at the museum years ago, and the staff were wonderful in assisting me. The...More
Toured this museum for the second time with my Shangri-La tour and was pleasantly surprised. There were several exhibits on Asian art and nice Hawaiian Design section. The layout is well designed and easily walked through in a couple of hours. The cafe is also...More
We were so surprised by this amazing museum, artifacts from around the world. Wonderful restaurant too (expensive). We actually spent quite a bit of time there. Worth it.
This is a wonderful museum with a fantastic collection. Don't miss it. The building is deceptively large with attractive courtyards, beautifully maintained for quiet contemplation. Don't forget they have two other buildings to visit that you simply must not miss - Spalding House, which houses...More
We went for a 2-hour visit and ended up spending the day. Two days later, ran into the docent at another museum and she remembered us. Variety of art from forms to cultures. Spacious and not crowded. Helpful staff who told us about a great...More
We spent several hours, mostly in two special exhibits from Japan. The first consisted of multiple prints from the late 1800's, from a famous collection known as "100 views of Tokyo" [or something like that]. The second was an exhibit about contemporary fashion for young...More