There aren't many free attractions in Maui, but this one has no charge to enter with the option to make a donation if you choose to. There was quite a bit of interesting history and native artifacts. There are also free bathrooms in case the public restrooms are closed for cleaning (that's how we ended up here in the first... 更多
On Front Street on the south end of Lahaina, we went in to find a restroom (clean but small!) only to discover the museum exhibits as well. They are worth spending an hour or so checking out Hawaiian history and artifacts, and for a "donation" of only $3 IF you want to donate! Hey, go in to use the restroom... 更多
Learned a few things when we wandered into the courthouse. The people there were quite knowledgeable about local artists. The Banyan tree out front was interesting to look at too.
There is not a whole lot to see here other than some old brick walls but worth visiting and taking in the history of the courthouse and town.
It only takes a few minutes to read the plaque and get a feel for the history of Lahaina. It's in the corner near the Banyan Tree, and right next to the harbor, so it's a worthwhile 5 minute dip into history.
If you arrive early enough you can have great parking aroun the court house. the grounds are realy great with the large bahnian tree in front of the court house. You are within walking distance of may shops. If you are lucky there are activities in the near by park. We wee lucky enough to see local artists performing local... 更多
Get some books on early Hawaii - it is super interesting and great to show families -. You can see how things were built and what materials they used - and it is free
The courthouse itself was not that exciting but it was free and educational. The park next door with giant trees with vines hanging down I remembered being here as a kid and taking pictures on the trees and now as an adult enjoyed it just as much. Also fun to come here and walk around the shops and get shaved... 更多