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Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum

Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum
This museum celebrates the historic sugar trade that kept up Hawaii’s economy for most of the 19th century. A&B, as it is known to locals, details the history of the trade on Maui.

Bailey House Museum

Bailey House Museum
Built in 1833, the Bailey House Museum showcases Hawaiian paintings, artifacts and furnishings from 19th century Maui. It was built on the royal compound of Kahekiki, the last ruling chief of Maui.

Baldwin Missionary House

Baldwin Missionary House
The oldest building in Lahaina, the Baldwin Missionary House has been beautifully restored and offers a vivid picture of the life of a missionary and his family on Maui in the early 1800s.

Hana Coast Gallery

Hana Coast Gallery
The Hana Coast Gallery showcases original fine art, finely crafted handwork and decorative collectibles from the Hawaiian Islands, Polynesia and the Pacific Rim.

Hana Cultural Center

Hana Cultural Center
This museum and information center located in Hana is home to a historic courthouse, the Kauhale Village, a replica of an ancient chief's compound, and ancient artifacts of Hawaiian history.

Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Visitor Center

Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Visitor Center
At the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Visitor Center's beachfront facility in Kihei, exhibits and artifacts offer information about the lives of the Pacific humpback whales.

Hui No'eau Visual Arts Center

Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center
The mission of this non-profit, community-based arts education organization in Makawao is to offer open access for all to quality arts instruction by professional teaching artists.

Maui Arts & Cultural Center

Maui Arts & Cultural Center
The Maui Arts & Cultural Center (MACC) opened in 1994 and has since then brought about 1,800 events to the community in Maui, including special events productions, arts education and cultural programs.

Whalers Village Museum

Whalers Village Museum
Part of an upscale shopping center of the same name, the museum celebrates Lahaina's seafaring life from the 19th century and the way it influenced Maui's culture. Over 70 species of whales can be found at the museum.

Wo Hing Temple

Wo Hing Temple
Chinese immigrants were one of the ethnic groups who were brought to Hawaii to work in the sugarcane fields. In 1909, a few Chinese workers formed the Wo Hing society, who in 1912 built this temple for the Chinese community.
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