Mission Houses Museum
Historic Bites Lecture Series
First Tuesday of Every Month at 12 Noon
Presented by MHM staff and respected local experts,
these short lectures are FREE of charge. Please bring
your lunch or pick something up at the museum's cafe.
June 2 - Making Messages Readable
Peter Salter, MHM Senior Historian, examines how
typography enhances the readability of printed messages.
July 7 - Women of Words - The Missionary Women's Contribution
Explore the contributions of early missionary women
and the effects they have to this day in Hawaii.
August 4 - Hiram Bingham III - Hawaii's Own Indiana Jones
Learn about adventurer Hiran Bingham III who
discovered the largely forgotten Inca city of Machu Picchu.
September 1 - S is for Slides
Suzanne Case, Central Union Church Historian/Archivist,
presents "Images of early 20th century Honolulu", showcasing
the church's collection of lantern slides.
October 6 - Hawaiian Flag Quilts
Loretta Woodward discusses the history of the
Hawaiian Flag Quilt as we preview the exhibition.
November 3 - The Queen's Quilt: A Statement of Patriotism
Stuart Ching presents a program on the Queen's Quilt at 'Iolani Palace.
December 1 - Christmas Lights
Explore the history of Christmas lighting traditions.
A Slice of 19th Century History
Museum & Store Hours
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday - Friday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Mission Houses Museum Cafe & Tea Parlor
Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 3:00 pm
Afternoon Tea, Saturdays 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Chamberlain House Galleries & Special Exhibitions
MHM Supporters FREE/General Admission $6.00
Printing Office & Frame House
11:00 am, 1;00 pm & 2:45 pm Tuesday - Saturday
MHM Supporters FREE/General Tour Fee $10.00
Seniors (55+), Kama'aina, Military $8.00
Students (age 6 - College) $6.00
Printing Press Demonstration
FREE every Wednesday 1:00 pm
Hawaii Capital Cultural District
Second Saturday 10:00 am
MHM Supporters $10.00/General Tour Fee $20.00
Children under twelve $10.00
School or Special Interest Groups
Call (808) 447-3929 for reservations