Edit ModuleShow Tags

Unseen Treasures

Museum vaults often contain artifacts that, for one reason or another, rarely see the light of day. Here’s a peek at hidden gems in the permanent collections of Honolulu’s major museums.


Published:

(page 6 of 8)


Photo: Olivier Koning

The Goblet

Iolani Palace

A stray bullet shattered the lip of this weighty crystal goblet on July 30, 1889, the day of the Wilcox Rebellion at Iolani Palace during the reign of King Kalakaua. The palace now showcases the Hawaiian monarchy at its height, so there’s no place in its current exhibits for this unique, never-displayed artifact of tumultuous times.

Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module

Subscribe to Honolulu

Honolulu Magazine March 2017
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Trending

 

Travel-Ban #BoycottHawaii Backfires as Twitter Laughs It Off

#BoycottHawaii trending on Twitter.

Hawai‘i is mostly laid back about #BoycottHawaii.

 

33 Real Problems (No, Seriously) Only Hawai‘i Locals Can Handle

Carmageddon.

It’s paradise. So why are we so stressed?

 


21 Hilarious Hawai‘i Memes That are Too Real for Locals

Hawaii Apartments

Hawai‘i nō ka ʻoi when it comes to the beaches, the food and even our memes.

 


Everything You Need to Know About Eating at an Izakaya

Izakaya

Here are a few tips to help you navigate your way through these Japanese taverns.

 


20 Great O‘ahu Hikes

Explore 20 great adventures that offer beautiful vistas, waterfalls and more.

 

 

Edit ModuleShow Tags