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  • The historical Hakalau Mill is located in Hakalau Bay Park. This county park was once the site of the Hakalau Sugar Mill. Remnants of the old mill which was destroyed in the tsunami of 1946 can stil...
  • Located at a distance of 26.05 miles from Wailea (Maui) city center Ka`anapali is a three-mile stretch of historic beach that is said to be one of the best beaches on Maui. Long ago, these sands and...
  • Kalepolepo Fishpond, known by its older name Ko’ie’ie Loko’a is an ancient Hawaiian fishpond estimated to have been built between 1400–1500 AD. The fishpond is located in Kalepolepo Park in K?hei on...
  • Also known as David Malo’s Church, Trinity by-the-sea is a popular historic site. Built in 1852 by architect and builder David Malo, the original building was constructed from hand-hewn coral blocks...
  • Located off Highway 360E on Hana Highway, just beyond mile maker 32, a paved road to the left leads to Waianapanapa State Park. The cave is situated next to the black sand beach. According to local ...
  • Built in 1834 Baldwin Home is the oldest building still standing in Lahaina in Maui. It served as the home of missionary and physician Rev. Dwight Baldwin of Durham, Connecticut and his wife from 18...
  • This olden Protestant church was established in 1853 and has been in continual use since then. Restored lovingly, the church is situated on a large grassy lawn lined with coconut trees, overlooking ...
  • Haleki`i and Pihana Heiau are pre-contact Hawaiian structures of religious and historical importance. Located in the Wailuku-Kahului area they are a quarter mile inland along Iao Stream. Overlooking...
  • A rectangular clearing in the grassy park in front of Lahaina Public Library is all that remains today of the Brick Palace. The marks of the building location are the only remnants of the first ston...
  • Located in downtown at the corner of Waine`e and Prison Street, is this historic building just a short walk from Front Street in Lahaina. This prison dates back to the early 1850`s and was built by ...
  • Built in 1858 following the destruction of the earlier original building, Lahaina Courthouse no longer works as a courthouse. It now serves as the Lahaina Visitor Center to include an information de...
  • Located at the harbor edge in Lahaina’s Historic District stands the Lahaina Lighthouse. In 1840 the first structure was built by the King as a wooden tower aiding navigation for the whaling ships. ...
  • The only site with remains of a Russian fort in Hawaii, this historic site sits on the eastern bank of Waimea River. Construction that began in 1816 was completed a year later. The remains of this R...
  • Housed in the beautiful Kauai region of Lihue, the War Memorial Convention Hall has been a culturally important landmark for the city. A number of events regularly take place here. The Kauai War Mem...
  • This Estate provides a fun day to relax and enjoy the surroundings. The elegant plantation mansion is where you are the guest of honor. Stroll along the grounds of this gracious abode surrounded by ...
  • This 100-acre historic site presents life as it was during Kauai’s plantation era, more than a century back. A visit can be made after prior appointment to tour throughout the property that will hav...
  • Located in front of the Hilo Public Library, “Pöhaku Naha” or the “Naha Stone” is a 2.5 ton stone that was used as a test of royal strength. King Kamehameha I is said to have moved it to demonstrat...
  • Spread over several blocks the historic bay district of Hilo is full of countless galleries, cafes, kava bars, sushi restaurants and unique shops, all facing Hilo Bay. Hilo is at the forefront here ...
  • This clock stands as a memorial for the town of Hilo. The clock which stood in the city at that time when it was hit by the 1960 tsunami and since then stands with its hands frozen in time at 1:04 a...
  • This historic tree-lined street on the shoreline of Hilo is well known as the "Hilo Walk of Fame". Banyan trees planted by celebrities stand alongside having withstood several tsunamis devastating t...