There is a projection hall near the entrance of the museum, showing different films at different times. After buying tickets, he waited for a few minutes, just in time for a 2:30pm show, and then came in to watch. Overhead a round 360-degree curtain, playing a section of the space stars, looking up really has the feeling of flying in a spaceship. While broadcasting, the broadcaster explains in person and interacts with the audience from time to time. Some children answered happily. Look around, the audience, a total of three adults, three children (one of the babies), but the broadcaster was as serious as the audience, without any slack.
The Bishop Museum is Hawaii's largest museum dedicated to studying and preserving the history of Hawaii and the Pacific Ocean. The museum was originally built to collect Hawaiian art and royal heirlooms left behind by Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop, descendants of King Kamehameha I, and has now become an important natural and cultural museum in the Pacific region. The museum is one of the most historic sites on Oahu Island. It contains millions of handicraft articles, written materials and photographs of Hawaiian and other Polynesian cultures.