Thanksgiving Day Museum Closures: Baldwin Home Museum, Wo Hing
Museum and Cookhouse, Lahaina Heritage Museum, and Plantation
Click site name for site description.
Click address for map.
Four Museums for $12
Lahaina Restoration Foundation has partnered with Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum and Maui Historical Society/Hale Ho’ike’ike to offer a Passport to the Past for exploring four of Maui’s most popular museums. In addition to being a real value (a $9 savings/passport), the passport is a great gift for history buffs and students, as well as a keepsake souvenir for visiting family and friends. Information and photos depicting each museum are included in the booklet with an area for stamping the date of entry to each place.
For one low price of $12 ($10 for seniors, military, and kama’aina), the passport booklet provides admission to the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum on Hansen Road in Pu‘unene, Hale Ho’ike’ike on Main Street in Wailuku, and Baldwin Home Museum and Wo Hing Museum on Front Street in Lahaina . Passports expire one year from date of issue and are available for purchase at each museum location.
Open Daily, 10:00am – 4:00pm
Open on Fridays until 8:30pm (Candlelit Tours take place on the half-hour from dusk to 8:00pm)
$7 – Adults (13+ years)
$5 – Seniors (60+ years)
$5 – Military (with ID)
$5 – Kama‘aina (with Hawai‘i ID)
Children 12 years & under go free.
*Admission fee allows entry to both Baldwin Home and Wo Hing Museums*
Lahainaluna High School Campus
980 Lahainaluna Road, Lahaina
Open Monday-Wednesday, 10 am to 4 pm,
and by appointment with 48 hours advance notice.
To book an appointment, call 808-662-0560.
The Wharf Cinema Center
Open Daily, 9:00am – 6:00pm
Open Daily, 9:00am – 5:00pm
Free Guided Tours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
10 AM, 11 AM, 12 PM
(Tours Start on the Hour)
Meet on the makai (ocean-side) steps, facing the harbor flagpole
10 AM – KE KAI – Ocean, Voyaging and Ancient Society
11 AM – HANA NO‘EAU – Master Crafts, Essential Plants and Daily Life
12 PM – UA MAU KE EA + CONTACT TO TODAY – Hawaiian Nation, Western Arrival, Whaling and Plantation Eras