Hawaii Vacations

Bishop Museum
Photo courtesy of Oahu Visitors Bureau


Bishop Museum

At Bishop Museum, take a historical walk through the Hawaiian Hall to see the over 76,000 Hawaiian artifacts from hand-made feather cloaks to ancient hand-carved bowls to the skeleton of a 50-feet sperm whale hanging from the ceiling. Built in 1889 to honor Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last heir of the Kamehameha dynasty, the museum has an impressive collection of the monarchy's artifacts.