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Lahaina, Hawai'i
History, Historic House
The Lahaina Restoration Foundation manages a number of historic buildings and cultural sites. Pick up a copy of their walking tour brochure which directs you to 31 sites within a few blocks radius.
Lanai City, Hawai'i
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Library, Natural History
The Lanai Culture & Heritage Center seeks to inspire people to be informed, thoughtful and active stewards of their heritage by preserving, interpreting and celebrating Lanai's Hawaiian heritage, its diverse cultures, and ranching and plantation era histories.
Kapaau, Hawai'i
Park
Visit the archaeological remains of a traditional Hawaiian fishing community. A self-guided trail leads you to housesites and a canoe halau (longhouse), into a game area where you can practice spear throwing,Ôulu maika (disc rolling) and konane (checkers)
Laupahoehoe, Hawai'i
History
Located on the site of the Laupahoehoe train station, this developing museum portrays the key role that the railroad played linking Hamakua sugar plantation communities to Hilo, the harbor, and the outside world.
Haena, Hawai'i
Botanical Garden
Surrounded by towering mountains and breathtaking natural beauty, Limahuli Garden features rare and endangered plants, plants of ethnobotanical value, archaeological sites and ancient stone-faced terraces.
Hilo, Hawai'i
History
Tour the restored home of missionaries David and Sarah Lyman, built in 1839. The adjoining museum features extensive exhibits on HawaiÔiÕs diverse cultural history, natural history, geology and astronomy.
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