Island Living

  • Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum

    Take a look at the long history of Maui’s sugar economy at the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum located in Kahului. Maui sugarcane dates back to 1848 and it was once the most influential crop on the island. Learn how the sugar industry has shaped the economy and culture on Maui.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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