Find Science Museums in Hawaii

There are 4 science museums in Hawaii. This is 1% of all the tourist places listed in this state. Top cities in Hawaii with popular science museums are Honolulu, Kailua-Kona and Hilo. You may find a list of all categories of Hawaii attractions on this page to choose from.

The state of Hawaii offers plenty of recreational activities to its more than 6.4 million annual visitors as well as opportunities for learning about history, animals and even science. When it comes to science museums in Hawaii, one can visit any of the following places.

The small Onizuka Space Center museum was founded in 1991 and was named in honor of Kona-born Ellison Onizuka. Displays in the museum include samples of lunar soil, a space suit and some of Onizuka’s personal items.

The Jaggar Museum is another science museum with exhibits on volcanoes, lavas and scientific equipment and clothing being used by volcanologists. Even some of its museum windows provide a view of the Kilauea Caldera and the Halema’uma’u Crater. The Pacific Tsunami Museum in Hilo has exhibits dedicated to the 1946 Pacific tsunami and the 1960 Chilean tsunami. The museum also aims to educate people about tsunamis including the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and museum.

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