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Bishop Museum
Bishop Museum

Hawaii's largest museum is unsurprisingly dedicated to studying and preserving the history of the islands and the Pacific—for those interested in local culture, it's a must. The Victorian building originally housed family heirlooms from Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, descendent of King Kamehameha I. Now it's crammed with 25 million artifacts, documents and photos about Hawaii and other Polynesian cultures. There are also natural history exhibits and a planetarium showing how voyagers navigated the Pacific using the stars.

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