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1. Head southeast on Kalākaua Blvd. (toward Diamond Head)

2. Turn left at Kapahulu Ave. 1.5 mi

3. Follow signs for H-1 West

4. Take the ramp onto I-H1 W 4.9 mi

5. Take exit 20A to merge onto HI-63 N/Likelike Hwy

6. Turn right at Bernice Str.


1. Head southeast (toward Diamond Head) on Bernice Str. toward Kapālama Ave.2. Turn left at Kapālama Ave.

3. Turn right at North School Str.

4. Follow School Street to the Liliha Onramp to H-1 Eastbound

5. Take the ramp onto H-1

6. Take exit 23 for Punahou Str.

8. Follow Punahou Str. to Phillips Str.

8. Turn right at Phillips Str.

9. Turn left on Kalākaua Ave. and follow into Waikīkī.


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1. Walk to the nearest bus stop on Kūhiō Avenue (parallels Kalākaua Blvd one block further from the beach).

2. Get on the #2 ‘School St./Middle St.’ bus. Get off the bus at the intersection of School and Kapālama Streets.

3. Cross School Str.at the intersection and walk down Kapālama Ave. (you’ll be headed toward the ocean, ‘makai’, though you can’t see it).

4. At the intersection of Kapālama Ave. and Bernice Str., turn right. You should see the museum grounds on the left hand side of Bernice and the entrance is about 200 feet up the street (on your left).

NOTE: Travel time is about 1 hour

Visit TheBus for more information.


...To Waikīkī by bus

1. Go out the front gate of the museum (Bernice Str.), and turn right.

2. At the first corner (Kapālama Ave.) turn left (mauka).

3. Keep walking until you get to the School Street intersection (Stop Light).

4. The bus stop will be to your left.

5. Take the #2 ‘Waikīkī/Kapi‘olani Park’ bus.

Visit TheBus for more information.


...From Waikīkī by taxi

Fare will probably be about $25 including tip


...To Waikīkī by taxi
$25 Flat Rate charge* from Charlieʻs Taxi by using the Taxi Butler located at the Admission Desk. Standard size vehicle and Minvan options available.
*Pricing subject to change due to vehicle size.
...From Waikiki by Waikiki Trolley Purple Line - TEMPORARILY CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19

 

Purchase a Waikīkī Trolley Purple Line ticket here.

Hop on the Purple Line Trolley at any of the twelve locations:

T Galleria Hawaii

Duke Kahanamoku Statue

Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel

Aqua Palms Waikiki

Ala Moana Center (ocean side)

Aloha Stadium (Wed, Sat, Sun only)

Pearl Harbor

Bishop Museum

Pier 38 Fishing Village

Ward Center

Ilikai Hotel


To and From the airport...


...From the airport by car (1 mile/1.6 km)

1. Merge onto H-1 Eastbound via the ramp to Waikīkī/Honolulu.

2. Take exit 20A at the Likelike Hwy (State Highway 63).

3. Follow Likelike Highway for a few hundred yards.

4. Turn right at Bernice Str.


...To the airport by car

1. Drive out the front gate of the museum (Bernice Str.), and turn right.2. At the first corner (Kapālama Ave.) turn left (you’ll be headed toward the mountains, ‘mauka’).

3. Proceed to the stop light (School Str.) and turn left (heading Ewa). Keep in the left lane.

4. Go past the first stop light, and enter the left turn lane at the second stoplight (Likelike Highway/Kalihi Str.).

5. Turn left onto Likelike Highway (you’ll be heading makai), and immediately get in the right lane.

5. Take the H-1 West cut-off.

6. From the H-1 West take the Airport, Hickam, Pearl Harbor Exit and follow the Airport cutoff.


...From airport by taxi

Fare will probably be about $17 including tip


...To the airport by bus

1. Walk to Likelike Highway located on the left side of the campus on Kalihi Str..2. Cross the road to catch the “#7 Kamehameha IV Rd. Bus”.

3. When you board, ask the driver for a transfer.

4. Get off the bus on Nimitz Highway, and then wait for the #19 or #20 Airport bus to arrive.

Visit TheBus for more information.


Parking


Most frequent questions and answers

Daytime parking for non-members is $5.00.

Evenings after 5 p.m. is $3.00.

Bishop Museum Members with valid parking sticker are free.

Parking payment kiosks are located in front of the main Museum entrance as well as in the upper parking lot. Kiosks accept credit cards only. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., parking fees can be paid by cash in Shop Pacifica. Parking will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. 


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Why is there a fee to park at Bishop Museum?

Parking fees provide vital support for the Museum’s collections, research, educational programs, and exhibitions.


How much is the parking fee?
$5/vehicle Daytime Rate: 6:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
$3/vehicle Evening Rate: 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.
Evening and special events rates may apply. No overnight parking privileges.
Failure to pay for parking will result in a $5 parking owed notice, payable to Diamond Parking.

Member Parking


Most frequent questions and answers
I’m a member. Do I have to pay for parking?

No. Members will enjoy free parking as a benefit of Bishop Museum membership.


What if I do not have my member parking sticker?

If you left your parking sticker at home, please see a staff member at the Admissions Desk in Shop Pacifica for assistance. You will be issued a temporary one-day parking pass for your visit. If you did not receive parking stickers in the membership packet mailed to upon joining or renewing your membership, then ask the Admissions Desk staff to issue you a temporary parking pass and to contact the Membership Department to mail you permanent stickers.


I lost my member parking pass – how can I replace it?
yellowcomic.com. You can request to have them ready to pick up at the Admissions Desk in Shop Pacifica on the day of your next visit, or mailed to you prior to your visit. There is a $5 replacement fee for lost/stolen parking stickers and membership cards.


I’m a member and have multiple vehicles that I use to visit the museum. Can I obtain more than one parking sticker?

The Membership Department issues one parking sticker for Student and Friend membership levels, and two parking stickers for Senior, Dual/Family, Patron and higher membership levels. To obtain additional parking stickers, there is a $5 fee.


My member parking pass has been lost/stolen. How do I obtain a replacement?
yellowcomic.com. You can request to have them ready to pick up at the Admissions Desk in Shop Pacifica on the day of your next visit, or mailed to you prior to your visit. There is a $5 replacement fee for lost/stolen parking stickers and membership cards.


What if I’m just here for a meeting/dropping something/someone off?

There are a limited number of 15 minute parking stalls available for member use. There are located to the left of the main building and are first come, first served. The parking lot is monitored closely by parking staff throughout the day and infractions will be fined.


I’m an ASTC member, can I park for free?

Unfortunately, ASTC is no longer accepted at Bishop Museum, so ASTC members are not eligible for free parking.


If I am at the Admissions Desk and want to purchase a membership, can I deduct that day’s parking fee from my membership payment?

Unfortunately, parking fees cannot be deducted from the cost of a membership – we are unable to verify your parking purchase from the Admissions Desk. You can, however, credit the cost of your museum admission toward the purchase of a membership and enjoy free member parking for all future visits to Bishop Museum. To redeem this membership offer, you must present your admission ticket sales receipt to the Admissions Desk within 7 days of the transaction date.


Visitor Parking


Most frequent questions and answers
Is there a charge for handicap vehicles?

Bishop Museum has designated convenient parking for its handicapped guests. Vehicles parked in a blue handicap space and displaying a blue handicap placard will not be charged for parking.


Is there a charge for motorcycles and scooters?

Yes, the $5 parking fee applies to all vehicles parked in a nonhandicap Museum stalls.


I’m handicapped. Where should I park?

Please park in the designated handicapped stalls.


Is there a kama‘āina discount on parking?

The parking fee is $5 per car, per visit. There is no kama‘āina discount.


If I am a kama’āina but not a member, can I purchase an annual parking pass?

Absolutely. Simply become a Bishop Museum member at the level of your choosing and you will receive a member parking pass as a benefit of Bishop Museum membership.


What if I am just visiting the gift shop to purchase something and will only be 15 minutes?

There are a limited number of 15 minute parking stalls available for member use. They are located to the left of the main building and are first come, first served. The parking lot is monitored closely by parking staff throughout the day and infractions will be fined.


I am just going to the Café, do I have to pay for parking?

Yes. Parking is $5 per car per visit.


If I am just getting take out from the Café, do I have to pay for parking?

There are a limited number of 15 minute parking stalls available for use and based on a first-come first-served basis.


I have a question or concern, who should I speak to?

If your parking lot is full, can I park on the street without getting towed?

Bishop Museum is not responsible for the activities of vehicles parked off campus and we recommend that you follow all posted parking signs and restrictions when parking on city streets.


Your machine doesn’t work, who do I speak to?

I drive an electric vehicle. Do I need to pay for parking?

Bishop Museum has four electric vehicle charging stations located in the second parking area, near the Pākī and Atherton buildings. These stall are restricted to electric vehicles only and are available on a first come, first served basis. Electric vehicles parked in the charging stations do not need to pay the $5 parking fee, but electric vehicles parked in regular stalls do need to pay the $5 parking fee.

Electric vehicles using charging stations will be charged a charging fee. 


Special Events Parking


Most frequent questions and answers
Is there a parking fee to attend the Museum’s evening programs, including Traditions of the Pacific?

If you are attending an evening Museum event and are parking your vehicle in the lot after 5:00 p.m., the parking fee will be $3 unless otherwise posted. Vehicles that park prior to 5:00 p.m. will be charged the regular $5 parking fee.$5 Daytime Rate: 6:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.$3 Evening Rate: 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 a.m.


I’m part of a facility rental event that will take place at Bishop Museum. Do I need to pay for parking?

My child is in the Kama‘āina Kids program – do I need to pay for parking during drop off and pick up?

There will designated loading zones for Kama‘āina Kids families during drop off and pick up hours. Please follow the posted instructions.


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