The Honolulu House Museum was built in 1860 by the first U.S. consul to the Sandwich (Hawaiian) Islands. The exterior architecture is a blend of Italianate, Gothic and Polynesian. The interior features beautiful paint-on-plaster wall and ceiling paintings restored to the splendor of the 1880s. Period furnishings and authentic replicas of the carpets fill the rooms. Marshall Area historical artifacts are also featured. Check website for times open. Admission fee.