The Bishop Museum is home to the largest collection of Polynesian artifacts in the world. A museum of science and history, the Bishop remains a popular Honolulu tourist attraction owing to its cultural importance.
Established in 1889, the Bishop Museum houses as many as 24 million historic treasures that help tell the history of the Hawaiian and Polynesian peoples. The museum is divided into various halls. One of the most popularly visited is Hawaiian Hall. This hall features three distinctive floors that lead visitors through the eras of Hawaiian history. Anyone interested in Hawaii's past will enjoy perusing this outstanding venue.