Expensive, but worth it. Doesn't look like much from the outside, but once on the grounds, it's amazing. The actual Bishop Museum is a 3 story stone building that houses several of Kamehaha I's personal items, huge amount of Hawaiian and Polynesian historical items, a Planetarium, science center where demonstration of lava is done as well as a volcano and other scientific things that kids would like. There is a cafe and gift shop. I spent 5 hours here and could have stayed longer. Alot to see and well worth the price of admission.
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