Due to COVID-19, some museums are closed to the public. Please visit the Hours and Admissions page for information.
The Lahaina Visitor Center is now open under the management of Lahaina Restoration Foundation. Redesigned with a new look, it features a mixture of historic artifacts and old photographs, as well as made on Maui gifts.
Stop by for free, friendly and unbiased information about Lahaina, Maui and Hawaii in general.
The Visitor Center is located on the first floor of the Old Lahaina Courthouse and is open daily from 10am-4pm.
Come enjoy Lahaina’s art scene, meet the artists, view new art work and enjoy live music. Every Friday from 5pm-8pm. Click HERE for more information.
Join us on a Candle Lit Tour at the Baldwin Home Museum. Tours are $7 per adult, $5 per senior/local/resident, and children 12 and under free.
Visit the many shops and restaurants which will be open for Art Night. Click HERE for business hours.
Jim Kingwell’s Village by the Sea is the 31st Annual Official Lahaina Poster!
This beautiful poster, printed by Lahaina’s own Island Printing & Imaging, is easy to frame and comes with a tube for transport or shipping.
Purchase the signed and numbered 2021 Lahaina Poster and support preservation and maintenance of Historic LahainaTown.
Volunteer and learn more about Maui’s rich history through hands-on processing (measure/describe/photograph/
transcribe) of historic artifacts and documents from from all eras of Lahaina’s past, including Kingdom of Hawaii, Missionary, Whaling, and Sugar eras.
OBJECT OF THE MONTH
This copper wasabi/ginger grater (oroshigane) is one of many items in our collection that represent the diversity of Lahaina. Our Object of the Month was newly conserved and recorded as part of the Mālama Hawaii program.
LAHAINA’S HISTORIC SITES
Lahaina Restoration Foundation oversees and maintains 14 major historic structures in Lahaina: Baldwin Home Museum, Wo Hing Museum, Hale Pa’i Printing Museum, Hale Pa‘ahao Prison, Old Lahaina Courthouse, …