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Wahiawa, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
Cradled between the WaiÔanae and KoÔolau Mountains ranges, this 27-acre garden and forested ravine features native plants, Hawaiian palms, aroid gardens and tree ferns. Stop at the Visitor Center for a self-guiding brochure to begin your visit.
Lihu‘e, Hawai'i
Historic House
Set in beautiful Hanalei Valley, this 1837 missionary home and grounds faithfully capture rural life on KauaÔi 160 years ago.
Waikiki, Hawai'i
Aquarium
Immerse yourself in a unique ocean environment, home to nearly 2,000 marine animals from HawaiÔi and the tropical Pacific. YouÕll be just inches away from sharks, mahimahi, jellyfish, living corals, Hawaiian monk seals, and other rare species.
Hilo, Hawai'i
Culture
The Center is located in Wailoa Park in downtown Hilo. Equal parts cultural center and art gallery, Wailoa Park should be visited by anyone with an interest in the local art scene. You will find Chinese silk paintings to monkeywood carvings.
Waimea, Hawai'i
Historic House
This small museum immerses you in the history and culture of HawaiÔiÕs old sugar plantation communities. The Plantation Lifestyles Tours visits the adjoining plantation camp with its original dirt lanes, workerÕs housing, fruit trees and home gardens.
Haleiwa, Hawai'i
Park
This 1,800 acres site on OÔahuÕs north shore offers landscaped gardens, cultural activities and outdoor adventures.
Lahaina, Hawai'i
History
Whalers Village Museum brings to life LahainaÕs golden era of whaling (1825 - 1860) with extensive exhibits, short films and a scale model of a whaling ship.
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