A historic agricultural wonder located south of Kailua-Kona on the Big Island, the Kona Coffee Living History Museum and H.N. Greenwell Store is everything a coffee lover could ask for.
Discover Art & Culture on the Big Island
The Big Island is home to must see art and culture; from world-famous artists, painters, musicians, and hula performers, the sights are nothing less than amazing. Choose from several different big island art galleries, or discover the big island musicians, or dance with the infamous hula dancers during a festival or luau! No matter where you go on the big island of Hawaii, you are certain to witness the influence of the local art and culture – both past and present – in people, towns, and communities.
7 Must Visit Big Island Galleries
The Most Intriguing Big Island Historical Sites
Lyman Museum and Mission House
Helping to maintain the history and culture of the Big Island’s past residents, the Lyman Museum and Mission House holds an important role in preserving their contributions.
East Hawaii Cultural Center
A unique gathering of local artists on the Big Island, the East Hawaii Cultural Center provides incredible insight and access to Big Island works of art, performances, and exhibitions.
Pacific Tsunami Museum
A living memorial to the victims of tsunamis in Hawaii over the years, the Pacific Tsunami Museum shares their lives and stories.
Hawaii Japanese Center
Helping to preserve the important cultural contributions of Japanese and other immigrants, the center offers a crucial window into their rich history.
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