Kauai Museums

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Grove Farm Homestead Museum
The Grove Farm Homestead Museum is a 100-acre sugar plantation that has the oldest surviving set of plantation buildings, furnishings and orchards in Hawaii.
Kauai Historical Society
The Kauai Historical Society (KHS) operates out of the Kauai County Building in Lihue, which is the oldest government facility still operating in Hawaii.
Kokee Natural History Museum
Here you can learn more about Kauai's geology, ecology and climatology. The museum also provides information about trail conditions in the Waimea Canyon and Koke'e state parks.
Waimea Sugar Mill Camp Museum
Take the Plantation Lifestyles Tour through an authentic sugar plantation and the ruins of an old sugar mill. Stroll down the original dirt roads and see the workers' actual homes and personal gardens.
Wai‘oli Mission House
Located in the heart of Hanalei, this mission house dates back to 1837 and provides people today a chance to see how the early Christian missionaries lived. The missionaries first arrived in Hanalei on the island of Kauai in 1832.