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By Alphabet   A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
By City 
  · Ewa Station, Ewa (1)
  · Lanai City (1)
  · Lihue (1)
  · Schofield Barracks (2)
  · Hilo (2)
  · Laupahoehoe (1)
  · Molokai (1)
  · Waiehu (1)
  · Honolulu (5)
  · Lihu‘e (1)
  · Pu'unene (1)
  · Waipahu (2)
  · Lahaina (2)
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Pu'unene, Hawai'i
Culture, History, Historic House
Located in a beautifully refurbished plantation superintendent's home, next to Hawaii's last operating sugar mill, the museum exhibits the history and heritage of the sugar industry and the multi-ethnic plantation life it engendered.
Honolulu, Hawai'i
History
AmericaÕs most celebrated battleship, on which the ceremony ending World War II took place, is anchored in historic Pearl Harbor.
Honolulu, Hawai'i
Culture, History
Located on a 12 acre campus, the State Museum of Natural and Cultural Historyincludes permanent exhibits on Hawaiian history, culture and the natural sciences; rotating exhibits and interactive displays; daily demonstrations by folk artists and performanc
Honolulu, Hawai'i
History, Nature Centers, University
Self-guided tours of Lyon Arboretum's 194 acres will take you on trails, world renowned collections of tropical plants and specialty gardens set against the stunning backdrop of the Ko`olau Mountains. Guided tours (fee, reservations required) Mon-Sat.
Waipahu, Hawai'i
Culture, History
The Hawaii United Okinawa Association is a very active organization. One of its most visible activities is the annual Okinawan Festival, a two-day extravaganza held at the Kapiolani Park bandstand, featuring Okinawan music, dance and other cultural activities. The Festival provides an opportunity to share the unique Okinawan culture with all of Hawaii’s people in a festive outdoor setting.
Waipahu, Hawai'i
History
This outdoor history museum tells the story of life on HawaiÔiÕs sugar plantations circa 1900. The Village includes restored buildings and replicas of plantation structures such as houses of different ethnic groups, the community bath, camp office, plant
Ewa Station, Ewa, Hawai'i
History
Take a ride on the historic OÔahu Railway and Land Company train which served as the transportation backbone of OÔahu from 1889Ð1947. Fully narrated train rides travel along 6 miles of restored track. Open-air exhibits include several historic locomotiv
Honolulu, Hawai'i
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, General, History, University
On the campus of the University of HawaiÔi at Manoa, this new museum features the collections of local painter John Young, with a special focus on the arts of China, Korea, Japan, Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
Honolulu, Hawai'i
History
Located in the historic AliÔiolani Hale, built by King Kamehameha V in 1874, the Judiciary History Center features exhibits and multimedia presentations on HawaiÔiÕs legal history and landmark court cases.
Lihu‘e, Hawai'i
History
Lihue, Hawai'i
History
Exhibits, artifacts, dioramas and murals feature the people, culture and geological history of KauaÔi and NiÔihau.
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.
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.
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.
Waiehu, Hawai'i
Culture, History
This community center serves as a lively gathering place for MauiÕs Okinawan community and others interested in Okinawan culture. Displays of household furnishing, tools and musical instruments honor the first generation immigrants and their descendants.
Molokai, Hawai'i
History, Historic House
Tour the R.W. Meyer Sugar Mill (1878), now restored with late 19th century machinery. The adjoining museum features the history of MolokaÔi.
Hilo, Hawai'i
Anthropology, Children's, History, Natural History, Nature Centers, Zoo
Located on 12 acres in the Panaewa Rainforest Reserve, the zoo houses approximately 150 animals including reptiles, tropical and native birds, tigers and monkeys.
Schofield Barracks, Hawai'i
History, Military
Exhibits, artifacts and photos interpret the history of Schofield Barracks and the 25th infantry division.
Schofield Barracks, Hawai'i
History, Military
Located in a historic shoreline battery in Waikiki, the U.S. Army Museum exhibits weaponry, uniforms, photos and documents to tell the story of HawaiÔiÕs military history.
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