This is an old house that was built by a man who loved the Hawaiian Islands. The motif is that of Hawaii, hence the name Honolulu House. It takes about 45 minutes to see, we received a private tour by the tour guide who was very friendly and knowlegable.
We visited Marshall on our anniversary as I had always wanted to tour the Honolulu house. I am so glad that we did! Our tourguide was so knowledgeable and attentive. She saw how much we loved the house and she gave us extra time and showed us some extra details of the artwork on the ceilings. It was all so... 更多
The Honolulu House is a gem in the quaint town of Marshall and completely worth visiting. We stopped in just before closing but the historian made time to give us a thorough and interesting tour. We loved viewing the one of a kind artwork throughout the home and learning about it's historical significance to Marshall and the state of Michigan.... 更多
Tour guide wasn't the friendliest. The house is very interesting, great history of the man who built the house and why. $5 fee. It appears they don't let people walk around, must be on tour.
You've never seen anything like this! Once the home to the Ambassador to the Sandwich Islands, it now has been lovingly restored as the main building for the Marshall Historical Society.