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All reviews gift shop second building hawaiian history rainy day interesting artifacts hawaiian royalty pre contact wonderful collection captain cook on display rice street great introduction guided tour couple of hours lots of history sugar cane beautiful island
This is a great little museum. Lots of history and more. And your ticket is good for repeat visits for a week and for a free docent tour (10:30 am each weekday). We loved it. The gift shop is also quite nice.
The staff are very friendly and greet you as you come in. They have Docets who tell you the history of the Island and back stories about the Monarchs. We enjoyed reading about the history on the plaques with the exhibits.
We visit museums as often as possible during our travels and this one is easily in the top 10. First, the staff members are kind and welcoming! We came later in the day but were informed we could come back the next day with the...More
Fantastic museum with artifacts and collectibles that are priceless. The cape and lei's made of bird feathers is a must see in addition to the collection of Niihau shell necklaces. Take the time to watch the video about Hawaii and its peoples. Fascinating. The gift...More
This great rainy day activity is a must on any visitor’s Must Do list while on the island. There are two buildings a few levels. You can easily spend 2 hours without realizing it. There is a retrospective film that lasts about an hour which...More