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Honolulu Museum of Art

A captivating island getaway comes with plenty of time to spend on the beach, scenic moments immersed in beauty and seemingly endless options when it comes to delicious dining by the ocean. A trip to the Hawaiian Islands promises to deliver all of this and more with all the amazing things to do in Honolulu while leaving space for artistic inspiration as well. For those travelers that have a heart for creativity, there’s no better stop on the itinerary than the Honolulu Museum of Art. Where culture and art collide, the Honolulu Museum of Art comes to life in inspiring style.

A Breathtaking Collection

What began as a small cultural museum founded by Anne Rice Cooke in 1922 has since grown to become the largest museum of its kind in the state of Hawaii. In 1927, the Honolulu Museum of Art possessed upwards of 4,700 works of art and today, the museum enjoys a collection of permanent displays and exhibits that highlight more than 50,000 artifacts and inspiring works of art. Located at 900 S Bertania Street, the Honolulu Museum of Art has a clear and defined mission of collecting, preserving, interpreting and teaching visual arts so that future generations can appreciate the beauty and value of creativity and culture. This incredible mission gives the museum the motivation to want to house and present over 5,000 years of island history and culture to the greater public.

Visit the Honolulu Museum of Art

The Honolulu Museum of Art stands on 3.2 acres of land and is open to the public Tuesday through Sunday for browsing art collections or taking part in art studio programs and classes that are regularly hosted at the museum. Guided tours are available upon request and regular visiting hours fall between 10:00 am and 4:30 pm daily. The Honolulu Museum of Art is also home to the Doris Duke Theater which is regularly reserved for city-wide lectures, presentations, and concerts and can seat upwards of 28 individuals at a time. Where you stop by the museum to check out the vast collection of local and global art or happen by when there’s a concert in town, this oasis of artistic inspiration is one of the top things to do in Honolulu.

Book Your Stay Today

Enjoy every moment of your time on the Hawaiian Islands when you let the team at Koko Resorts book you into a gorgeous vacation rental. Whether you prefer a place with a view or can’t live without upscale amenities, we’re sure to have what you’re looking for. Contact us today for more information and to begin planning!