Honolulu Museum of Art School
1111 Victoria Street
Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96814
Tues-Fri / 9am-noon, 1-4pm
Sat / 10am-noon, 1-3pm
The galleries are regularly open from 10am to 4pm, but hours may vary by exhibition.
Note: The Art School is closed for maintenance May 8-12, but the 2017 Hawai‘i Quilt Guild Annual Exhibition remains open and accessible through the back entrance of the Art School during daylight hours.
By car to the main museum
From Waikiki, take H1 to the Lunalilo Street exit, make a left at Ward Avenue, then left on Kinau Street.
From downtown or the airport, take the H1 to the Kinau Street exit.
Get driving directions.
From Waikiki, take the #2 bus from Kuhio Avenue towards downtown, approximately 20 minutes. Stops in front of the museum. The museum is on these bus lines: 1, 2, 1L, 2L.
Get TheBus schedule.
By JTB trolley
JTB customers only can get to the museum via the ‘Oli ‘Oli Trolley.
Get the trolley schedule (in Japanese)
The Honolulu Museum of Art School is diagonally across from the museum at
1111 Victoria Street between Beretania Street and Young Street.
Honolulu Museum of Art School lot
Located behind the Honolulu Museum of Art School, with entrances on Beretania Street and Young Street.
Hours: Mon–Sat 7am–11pm, Sun 10am–6pm
Up to five hours: $5
Each additional 30 minutes or fraction thereof: $2
Managed by Elite Parking, 808-734-7559.
Kinau Street lot
Located at 1035 Kinau Street, between Victoria Street and Pensacola Street (Diamond Head of the Admiral Thomas condominium).
The lot is closed to the public 10am-4:30pm Monday to Friday.
4:30-11pm and weekends: Open to the public and free.
Parking for visitors with disabilities
Main building: Parking is available at the museum’s entrance gates on Ward Avenue and Victoria Streets. The five spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis; they cannot be reserved.
Honolulu Museum of Art School: The parking lot is behind the Art School, with entrances on Young and Beretania streets. Enter the parking lot through the Young Street entrance, parking for visitors with disabilities is to the left. A ramp at the rear of the building leads to the elevator.
Parking for cyclists
The Honolulu Museum of Art has bike racks at its main entrance and at the entrance to Doris Duke Theatre, as well as at the Honolulu Museum of Art School.