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The Ultimate Oahu Family Guide

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Free Museums in Oahu


Free Every Day


USS Arizona Memorial

1 Arizona Memorial Place, Honolulu (808) 422-2771

Timed tickets are given out first-come, first-serve.


Hawaii State Art Museum

Second floor, No. 1 Capitol District Building, 250 South Hotel St., Honolulu (808) 586-0900

This museum is dedicated to Hawaiian art and the ethnic and cultural traditions of Hawaii.


Koko Crater Botanical Garden

At the end of Kokonani St., Honolulu (808) 522-7060

This garden is within the Koko crater and contains a collection of palms, succulents and wiliwili trees.


Lucoral Museum

2414 Kuhio Ave., Honolulu (808) 922-1999

Gemstone museum with exhibits on the transformation of coral and pearls into jewelry, volcanos of Hawaii and Hawaii’s endangered birds and plants.


Moanalua Gardens

1352 Pineapple Place, Honolulu (808) 839-5334

Old monkey pod trees spread shade on the 26 acre garden.


National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific and the Honolulu Memorial

2177 Puowaina Dr., Honolulu (808) 532-3720

Almost 40,000 military graves arranged in circles on the floor of the crater of an ancient volcano.


Tropic Lightning Museum

Building 361, Wai‘anae Avenue, Schofield Barracks (808) 655-0438


Free On Certain Days


The Contemporary Museum

2411 Makiki Heights Dr., Honolulu (808) 526-0232

Free on the third Thursday of each month and free for children under 12.


Honolulu Academy of Arts

900 S. Beretania St., Honolulu (808) 532-8701

Free on the first Wednesday and third Sunday of each month and free for children under 12.