With a special ticket you can get entry both to the Honolulu Museum of Art, and the contemporary art collection at Spaulding House away up in Makiki Heights Drive. Both museums have cafes that serve delicious food and the Museum's setting is as impressive as it's art - although the lights in the lift went out when we were there and we had a spooky ride to the second floor in the dark. Spaulding House was a delightful surprise, set in expansive gardens dotted with sculptures and a permanent installation of David Hockney's stage designs for a Ravel opera. Go there on a sunny day and stroll the gardens and try the cheesecake in the cafe.
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