DIA Founding Partners.

‘Imiloa brings together members of the Hawaiian and astronomy communities to share a common vision for the future, bringing information about the cultural and natural history of Maunakea to students, teachers, our local residents, and visitors from around the world. ‘Imiloa links to early Polynesian navigation history and knowledge of the night skies, and today’s renaissance of Hawaiian culture and wayfinding with parallel growth of astronomy and scientific developments on Hawaii Island.

Since opening, ‘Imiloa has served thousands of Hawaii Island school children, as well as children from throughout the State of Hawai‘i in a number of educational programs including field trips, family workshops, after-school programs, Furlough Friday activities, robotics tournaments, and even overnight sleepover events. Detail of these educational initiatives can be found in the Bakken Reports.

Opening Hours

Monday

Closed

Tuesday

9am – 5pm

Wednesday

9am – 5pm

Thursday

9am – 5pm

Friday

9am – 5pm

Saturday

9am – 5pm

Sunday

9am – 5pm