- American Museum of Natural History
2075 objects from Fiji including, fans, clubs, several hundreds throwing clubs, food hangers and wooden pillows from early 20th century.
- Australian Museum
2289 objects mentioning Fiji including spears, barkcloths, neck rnaments, fly whisk.
- Berndt Museum of Anthropology
8 artefacts mentioning Fiji inclding paddles, dancing implements.
- Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum
575 objects mentioning Fiji as place of origin including clubs, plates, food dishes, barkcloth, ornament, wooden drums. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- British Museum
2162 items mentioning Fiji, including 1381 objects and 691 photographic prints. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- Burke Museum
295 items from Fiji including barkclths, basketry, clubs, ustensils. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- California Academy of Sciences
67 objects from Fiji including clubs, mats, forks, tapa clothes , headrests, etc..
- Fowler Museum at UCLA
5 headrest from Fiji or Tonga.
- Horniman Museum & Garden
24 objects from Fiji including kava bowls, forks, tabua. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- Metropolitan Museum of Art
49 records mentioning Fiji including necklaces, kava bowls, clubs, barkclothes. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- Museo Nacional de Antropologia (Madrid)
1 funerary mask mentioning Fiji (Rotuma).
- Museum Volkenkunde Leiden
602 items mentioning Fiji including weapons, ornaments, tools.
- Museum of Anthropology
302 objects mentioning Fiji including clubs, tapa cloth, whale teeth, staff bowls, dishes and 11 drawings. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
2647 objects mentioning Fiji, 3457 photographic prints, 156 archival documents.
- Musée Royal de L'Afrique centrale, Tervuren
62 records mentioning Fiji including kava bowl, tapa cloths, tabua (whale tooth), various clubs, fans, etc..
- Musée d'Ethnographie de Genève
121 objects from Fiji including fishhooks, paddles, mats, etc... - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- Musée du quai Branly
509 items mentioning Fiji, including barkcloth, war club, kava bowl, necklace, recipient.
- National Museum Australia
64 items mentioning Fiji including native artefacts, post cards, photographic prints. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka
637 records mentioning Fiji including slit drums, vessels, mats, kava bowls, head rests, clubs.
- Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University
719 records mentioning Fiji inclduing mats, clubs, armlets, adzes, bows and arrows, basketry etc., and photgraphic prints. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- Penn Museum
600 objects mentioning Fiji including clubs, arrows, skirts, barkclothes.
- Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology
3 objects from Fiji. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- Pitt Rivers Museum
944 items mentioning Fiji including spears, forks, barkcloths.
- Smithsonian Institution Washington
1106 records mentioning Fiji including archival matériel (Photographic gelatine print, motion pictures) and cultural artifact (wooden headrests, girdles, necklaces, arrows, clubs, etc.). - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- Te Papa Tongarewa
1536 objects mentioning Fiji as a production place including wooden implements, spears, pottery, tapacloth,. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- Tropenmuseum Amsterdam
97 obects mentioning Fiji including clubs, barkclot, bowls, spears, axes; 8 photographic prints.
- UCL Museum
21 objects from Fiji including clubs, vessels, barkcloths.
- Universitetets Kultuhistoriske Museer, Oslo
138 records mentioning Fiji including clubs, spears, fans , combs, kava bowls, belts, garments, etc. . - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- University of Queensland Anthropology Museum
48 items mentioning Fiji including clubs, barkclothes, ornaments. - Direct access to the Fiji collection
- Världskultur Museerna
445 records mentioning Fiji including numerous photographic prints from the 1960's, musical instruments, tools, mats.
- Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History
38 objects from Fiji including mostly wooden clubs.