We just held our the 16th Annual Hawaii Rock and Mineral Show! Oct. 14 & 15, 2017 from 10 am to 5 PM more
Sorry, all pau. Our Spring Hawaii Gem and Mineral Show was from May 12-14, 2017.
Thank you to all of you who navigated the complicated territory to find us!
Please check back for other show dates later in the year or drop us a line to be put on a mailing list for future show dates.
The rest of the building is closed for renovation but the SECOND FLOOR and the Gem and Mineral show was open.
- Use the Mauka/Beretania St. entrance.
Update from 5/12: Only the S Beretania Entrance is open due to renovations of the historic floors in the rest of the building. This entrance takes you directly upstairs to our Gem and Mineral Show through our “exclusive door”.
Sun. May 14 – 10 am to 5 pm
Second Floor – Mauka Side
Honolulu Museum of Art School
1111 Victoria Street (corner South Beretania, DH of Thomas Square)
Honolulu, HI 96814
As always: Open to the public and FREE admission to all of our shows.
Please make sure you go all the way up to the second floor (stairs or elevator.).
This show is in addition to our Annual Rock and Mineral Show in the Fall. This show is also organized by and for the Hawai‘i Rock & Mineral Society. More than a dozen Rock and Mineral Society of Hawai‘i members will offer minerals, mineral jewelry and gemstones for sale to the public. Beads and mineral jewelry directly from the artist are available as well.
Some examples (too many to list them all): Alexandrite, Amethyst, Aquamarine, Agate and Jasper, Diamond, Fossils, Garnet, Iolite, Jadeite Jade and Nephrite Jade, Meteorite, Opal, Pearls, Peridot, Quartz Crystals, Ruby, Sapphire, Shark teeth, Tanzanite, Topaz, Tourmaline, Tsavorite Garnet, Turquoise and quite a few more. Come and see our great array of beautiful minerals from around the world. If you look for something special or specific, somebody among us will have it.
Added Bonus: Street parking, including on both sides of Beretania is FREE on Sunday. Meters around Thomas square need to be fed on Saturday in the daytime. The park is currently closed with metered parking still available. More on parking, bus info and a map on the Honolulu Museum of Art website.
Bring your Family. Other planned events are: Gem Identification by local experts. Gem and mineral displays, interactive with minerals and fossils of Hawai’i. Lapidary cutting and polishing demonstrations (if space allows). Rare display of Hawaiian Minerals: Quartz, Calcite, Opal, and Agate, that you may not see anywhere else.
For more information or and email reminder please email us.
FaceBook Event Page for the October 2017 Show