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Museums

  • The Aston Maui Lu luau is held close to Maui`s oldest coconut grove on the Aston Maui Lu Resort grounds in Kihei, south Maui. The Aston Maui Lu Polynesian Village Luau is scheduled three evenings a ...
  • Located 17.84 miles from Wailea (Maui) city center this venue is the culmination of a 30-year dream of Maui`s people for a place where the community could gather and celebrate together. This is a fi...
  • This Museum, just 10 minutes from the Kahului Airport, is located next to Hawaii`s largest working sugar factory in the historic plantation town of Pu`unene. This earlier plantation manager`s home h...
  • The Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary was created by Congress in 1992 to protect humpback whales and their habitat in Hawai`i. The sanctuary, which lies within the shallow (l...
  • The MACC is located at One Cameron Way in Maui, across the road from Kahului Harbor. Situated between Maui Community College and Keopuolani Park, the Maui Arts and Cultural Center is Maui’s premier ...
  • Also known as Old Bailey House, this museum of Hawaiian history located in Wailuku on the island of Maui is owned and operated by the Maui Historical Society. Originally a mission home built in 1833...
  • This U.S. Marine Hospital was built In 1843 and in the following years the whaling industry that had peaked, went into decline that brought the Seaman’s Hospital to be closed. In 1864, it was leased...
  • This is really a clothing shop in Paia that specializes in vintage and collectible aloha wear and jewelry. The place is in a great location at the center of town, with plenty of parking around back....
  • This public Buddhist temple is also a Chinese museum. Wo Hing Society Hall located at 858 Front Street in the Historic District in Lahaina, was built around 1912. Serving the Chinese population cent...
  • This Museum displays over seventy species of whales. It shows introductory films about whaling history in Hawaii. The Whalers Village Museum takes visitors on a trip through time and back to the day...
  • Established in 1914 to preserve Kaua‘i`s sacred places, Kaua‘i Historical Society began by advocating for the preservation of the Hawaiian language. In time they began preserving the rich ancient hi...
  • This is the only museum in Hawaii that is open every day of the year. The staff welcomes over 100,000 visitors annually, offering interpretive programs about Kauai`s ecology, geology, and climate. I...
  • Located in Lihue, the Kauai Museum features amazing collections from the artisans of Kauai and Niihau. Visitors learn about the geological formation of the Hawaiian Islands, early Native Hawaiian li...
  • Located in historic Hanalei district between Lihue and Haena, Waioli Mission House is set in a beautiful valley. The 1837 missionary home and grounds faithfully retain rural life of Kauai as it was ...
  • This museum is easily found off Kamehameha Ave with parking readily available nearby. You start your visit with a 25-minute introductory video (show in an old bank vault, no less) of Tsunamis and th...
  • This is a cultural center in Hilo, Hawaii, that has regular art exhibits and holds workshops and classes. Administered by the East Hawaii Cultural Council, an umbrella group of local arts organizati...
  • The Center located in Wailoa Park in downtown Hilo, works both as a cultural center and an art gallery. It will be loved by visitors keen on the local art scene. You will find Chinese silk paintings...
  • Located in a modern building built around the 1960s for the Lyman museum, it is situated adjacent to the historic 1838 Missionary House. The Smithsonian-affiliated Lyman Museum gives an account of H...