BISHOP MUSEUM In Honolulu’s Kalihi district, this recently renovated museum is the world’s most significant repository of Pacific and Polynesian artifacts, with more than twenty-five million findings in its collection. The museum is more than 100 years old and includes a planetarium and science center, the newly renovated Hawaiian Hall, and precious artifacts from precontact times. www.bishopmuseum. org. 1525 Bernice St., 808.847.3511. MISSION HOUSES MUSEUM Includes three missions houses that served as homes and workplaces of the first Christian missionaries in Hawaii. A library contains the earliest books printed in the Hawaiian language, and visiting exhibitions showcase American history. missionhouses.org. 553 S. King St., 808.447.3910.