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Only Two More Chances to Tour Doris Duke’s Bedroom For Free in 2014

Two free tours remain this month.


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Photo: Tim Street-Porter 2011

 

The Mughal Suite, the cornerstone of Doris Duke’s Shangri La estate, opened to the public for the first time this October as part of the Honolulu Museum of Art’s regular tours. Seen here in the bathroom are marble panels inlaid with semi-precious stones as decorative floral embellishments, created by India Marble Works of Agra. See it yourself on one of two remaining free tours, on Dec. 20 and 27. Click here to see more photos of Shangri La.

Book online at honolulumuseum.org one week prior to requested tour date.

 

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