Hidden Hawaii: Art and Culture in Honolulu
Trip Dates: April 20-26, 2020
More than just an island getaway, Hawaii is a paradise for art, cuisine, and culture lovers alike. Look past the towering, lush palm trees and crystal blue water to see a new side of the capital city, Honolulu. Boasting sights such as tobacco Heiress Doris Duke’s Shangri La, and the only royal palace in the United States, the Iolani Palace, Honolulu is more than meets the eye. Once home to whalers and immigrant traders, Honolulu is now abounding with impressive art and history museums, global cultural institutions, creative and experimental restaurants, and, as always, breathtaking natural wonders. Experience a new side of Hawaii on this once-in-a-lifetime trip with Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh Travel Program.
Interested in signing up for this trip? Please contact Barbara Tucker at TuckerB@carnegiemuseums.org or at 412.578.2618.