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Honolulu Museum of Art Tours

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Honolulu Museum of Art
What is formerly known as the Honolulu Academy of Arts is the leading museum of its kind the state of Hawaii, and hosts one of the largest single collections of Asian and Pan-Pacific art in the United States at 50,000 objects. It represents all the major cultures of Hawaii and spans 5,000 years, from ancient times to today.  Founded by esteemed local missionary Anna Rice Cooke in 1927 in Honolulu’s most beautiful Hawaiian-style building, the museum continues to present international caliber exhibitions along with its permanent collection, which is home to world-class pieces by none other than Van Gogh, Monet, Picasso and Warhol.

The museum actually encompasses several building, scattered over 3.2 acres near downtown Honolulu; it features the Spalding House, the Doris Duke Theatre, the Robert Allerton Art Library, the Art School and the Shangri La Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art. The museum’s unique architecture makes for an idyllic backdrop for art; visitors can stroll from gallery to gallery past open-air landscaped courtyards (with splendid views of Diamond Head) and ponds before heading to the Pavilion Café.

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The Honolulu Museum of Art is located at 900 South Beretania Street in Honolulu. It can be reached by car or by bus (routes 1, 2 and 1L). The museum is open between Tuesdays to Saturdays from 10am to 4:30pm, and from 1 to 5pm on Sundays. It is closed on Mondays. Admission costs $10 per adult and is free for children under 17 years old. Entry is free for everyone the first Wednesday of every month. Guided tours are offered several times daily.
Address: 900 South Beretania Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Admission: $10
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