Celebrate Earth Day at Bishop Museum’s Science and Sustainability Festival

(Sponsored) Keiki will engage, explore and enjoy all the fun and educational activities at this exciting museum event.


Birds Not Mosquitos tent at Bishop Museum festival

Photo courtesy of: Birds Not Mosquitoes



Celebrate Earth Day at Bishop Museum’s Science & Sustainability Festival featuring keiki activities, workshops, exhibition highlights, special presentations, and interactive performances that offer opportunities to engage with scientific research and sustainability efforts.


Museum Researchers and Community Partners


Bishop Museum researchers, as well as more than 25 community partners, will showcase their work across the Pacific — ranging from native plants, invasive species control, deep sea biodiversity exploration, and collections preservation as a source of inspiration for building a sustainable future.


wooden surfboard exhibit for Bishop Museum Festival

Photo courtesy of: Mahi La Pierre


Special Presentations


Listen to “Meet the Experts Talks” throughout the day featuring scientists, researchers, and cultural practitioners on the front lines in biodiversity research and conservation efforts in Hawai‘i. With a keynote presentation from Ernie Lau and the Oʻahu Water Protectors.


Little girl learning about earth at the Bishop Museum

Photo courtesy of: Bishop Museum




Explore exhibits including Backyard Adventures, an interactive science exhibit that engages the next generation of citizen scientists, and Ola Ka Noʻeau: Excellence in Hawaiian Artistry, which highlights the genealogy of Hawaiian artistry, through generational transmission of knowledge.




Enjoy live music by Nā Hōkū Hanohano award nominee Chardonnay and an interactive performance with Dancers Unlimited. Food and drink vendors will also be on the Great Lawn throughout the day.


See our full list of partners!