The Bishop Museum is home to the world's largest collection of Polynesian artifacts.
It was built in honor of Bernice Pauahi Bishop, the last surviving descendant of the Kamehameha dynasty. Many family heirlooms from the royal lineage are now on display at the museum.There are many displays that the adults were truly enthralled by:
Ancient tribal carvings
Costumes for ceremonial dancing
He is a fiend for history knowledge and is always seeking to add trivia facts to the already extensive historical info in his brain.
The kids usually whiz through a room, look at all the items on display, read very little, and then go park themselves on a bench until Kerry is done.
Laughing at what some poor shark got named
Marveling at handmade fish hooks
An actively erupting "volcano".