Bailey House Museum – Image courtesy of Oscar/Wikimedia Commons
Introducing Bailey House Museum
Discover the largest and best collection of Hawaiian artifacts on Maui at the former home of missionary and sugar planter Edward Bailey.
Inside this 1833 home, examine dogtooth necklaces, a rare lei made of tree-snail shells, Duke Kahanamoku's 1919 redwood surfboard and period furniture that sit among this eclectic collection.
Don't miss Bailey's excellent landscape paintings that provide a snapshot of Maui that we can only imagine today.
Then stroll past colourful native plants in the garden that now blankets the onetime compound of Kahekili (the last ruling chief of Maui), before browsing the gift shop for a memento that is actually made in Hawaii.
Location: 2375A Main Street, Wailuku
Hours: Daily (except Sunday) 10am-4pm