The Lyman museum and Lyman house were great to visit. The Lyman house had lots of period furniture in it and the construction of the house was interesting as well. The museum proper had a few special exhibits. There were ladies and one gentlemen doing bird feather laia and the intricate work was unbelievable. They also had one of the... 更多
Educational experience for the history upstairs and the collection of coral, shells, and minerals downstairs made this a great visit with my 6 year old. She loved looking at the shells and other exhibits.
Excellent museum with something for all ages. Displays of native culture, natural world (i.e., plants and animals from HI), and small gift shop. We really enjoyed our tour of the original Lyman House which sits next to the museum. Learned a lot about the difficult life of both the early whiles as well as the native peoples.Well worth a visit.
The Lyman Museum offers a good overview on Hawaii from how it was created and developed as well as some wonderful rock specimens. The tour of the actual Lyman House next door is well worth the price in itself There are probably different guides taking turns but the chap we had was very knowledgeable and passionate about his subject. Free... 更多
Docent Bruce gave us an interesting historical visit to the Lyman House, the home of one of the first missionaries to the Big Island.
We went to this museum to see the missionary residence and that part of the museum is definitely worth it. You tour the actual house that missionaries to Hawaii lived in and get an idea what their life was like. The museum building itself is new and has displays of shells and other sea items which I was not as... 更多