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  • Baldwin Home Museum

    The Baldwin Home Museum, located in Lahaina, is the largest standing building in Maui and dates back to 1834. The house was built as a “missionary compound” and was the home to Lahaina Minister, Reverend Dwight Baldwin, his wife, and their eight children.

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  • Haleki’i-Pihana Heiau

    Two heiaus are located at this state monument dating back to the late 1700’s. The heiaus originally served as the place of worship for Kahekili, Maui’s last ruling chief, and were later changed to war temples.

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  • Makawao History Museum

    The Makawao History Museum aims to share the cultural heritage of the upcountry Maui town, Makawao. Exhibits in the museum share the rich history of plantations, ranching, schools, groups, and the upcountry community.

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  • Old Lahaina Courthouse

    The Lahaina Courthouse dates back to 1860, when it opened as a customs house for whaling and trade ships. It also served as government offices and court functions. Over the years it was also used as a judge and tax collector’s office, jail, post office, and police station. It went through a major renovation in 1998 and now houses the Lahaina Visitor Center,

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  • Pi’ilanihale Heiau

    Located inside one of largest undisturbed hala forests and the native plant collection known as Kahanu Gardens, Pi’ilanihale Heiau is the largest heiau in Maui and one of the most important archeological sites in the state. The site was built in phases, beginning in the 13th century and while some believe that it was used as a residence at one point, the heiau functioned as a sacrificial temple.

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  • Wo Hing Museum

    The Wo Hing Society was formed as a way for Chinese immigrants to “maintain social and political ties with their ancestral home”. The Wo Hing Museum was built in 1912 and used as a social meeting hall for the society.

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