Plan Your Visit

HoMA includes the galleries, the Honolulu Museum of Art School, Doris Duke Theatre, and the HoMA Café, Coffee Bar, and Shop. Before you visit, please review our Visitor & Safety Policies.



Adults $20
Kamaʻāina (Resident) $10
Children (18 and under) Free
Members Free

Entry to the HoMA Café and Coffee Bar during lunch service is free. Entry to the HoMA Shop is free during museum hours.

Secure tickets in advance online.


Monday–Wednesday Closed
Friday–Saturday 10am–9pm
Sunday 10am–6pm

HoMA will be closed on the following days:
June 6 through June 22, 2022, New Year's, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.


The Honolulu Museum of Art
900 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96814

Parking is available behind the Honolulu Museum of Art School, 1111 Victoria Street.

$5 for the first 5 hours. $2 for every additional 30 minutes.

Temporary gallery closures

Galleries 12, 13, 20, 27, 28 and 29 will be temporarily closed to visitors. We apologize for the inconvenience as we work to reimagine our spaces.

Gallery 20 will reopen to the public on May 26.
Gallery 29 will reopen to the public on June 23 with a reinstallation of the Arts of Hawai‘i collection.
Gallery 27 will reopen to the public on August 4 for Cross Pollination: Flowers Across the Collection.
Gallery 28 will reopen to the public on August 18 for Reveries: The Art of Hung Liu.
Galleries 12 and 13 will reopen to the public on September 22 for Awakening: Rebecca Louise Law.

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Special Admission Rates


All children 18 years and under get free admission to the museum.

Kamaʻāina (Residents)

Admission is free for Hawai‘i residents on Family Sundays (the third Sunday of each month), and Lā Kūʻokoʻa on July 31, 2022.

College Students

Students currently enrolled at any Hawai‘i State University or College receive free admission upon presentation of a valid school ID.


Active-duty military personnel stationed in Hawai‘i receive resident rate admission.

Hotel Partners

Guests at participating hotels receive one (1) complimentary admission upon presentation of their room key.

  • ʻAlohilani Resort
  • Halekulani + Halepuna Waikiki by Halekulani
  • Outrigger Hotels & Resorts
  • Prince Waikiki
  • The Ritz-Carlton

Travel Partners

Visitors participating with the following travel partners receive discounted admission. See below for more details.

  • Waikiki Trolley: Receive free admission when you book the Red Line City Arts District tour
  • JTB ‘Oli ‘Oli Trolley: Receive half off admission when you show your ‘Oli ‘Oli trolley card
  • Go City Pass: Receive free admission when you show your Go City pass


Exhibitions & Collections

See ever-evolving displays of world-class art from across the globe through HoMA's permanent collection of more than 50,000 works alongside temporary exhibitions.

Museum Café & Coffee Bar

For more than 50 years, the HoMA Café continues to serve fresh, casual cuisine in a relaxing, open-air setting. The Café operates with sustainability in mind, and is a designated ocean-friendly restaurant.

Museum Gift Shop

The HoMA Shop offers a wide selection of publications, stationery, jewelry, textiles, handcrafted works, art prints and posters, and creative supplies, which reflect the local, national and international scope of the museum’s collection. All proceeds from purchases directly support programs and exhibitions at the Honolulu Museum of Art.

What's On

Engage deeper with the art and the community with a diverse range of programs including film screenings, artist talks, musical performances, and artmaking for all ages.


Gain rich insights, meaning, and context to deepen your connection to HoMA’s world-class collection through docent-led tours featuring a range of art across the galleries.

Tours are free to join with museum admission.

Family Sunday

Bring the whole family every third Sunday of the month for a day of activities like artmaking, gallery hunts, and Storytime!

Family Sunday is always free for kamaʻāina.

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Shangri La tour program

Built in 1937 as the Honolulu home of American heiress and philanthropist Doris Duke, Shangri La was inspired by her extensive travels throughout North Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia. It opened as a museum in 2002, and can be experienced through small group tours. In partnership with the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, HoMA serves as the orientation center and starting point for Shangri La tours.

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