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Visited with my friend from San Francisco and we truly enjoyed our tour with Mike! We did the 3pm tour on a Saturday and got a private tour with him. We learned a lot and he was very knowledgeable and enjoyed answering our questions. The...More
We were totally unaware of this attraction until we saw in listed in a local brochure. It is fantastic. The history is extremely interesting and the buildings and artifacts are well worth seeing. We took a guided tour and the docent (Martha, I think) was...More
No point for this place to be open at 10:00 when you have to wait until 11:00 for a tour. Yes they have a small expensive gift shop so that takes 5 minutes. You CAN NOT do a self guided tour of the inside of...More
In the 1820's missionaries arrived in Hawaii to pass on Christian teachings because it would benefit the locals. The Hawaiians were open to the introduction because the kapu system had been stopped by Liholiho. I think the statement that "after their service the missionaries often...More
Visiting this historic site is a must for anyone interested in Hawaiian history. The docent is extremely knowledgable and shares many historic tidbits-bits not found in history books. They also have a great gift shop.
This is the authentic setting of 19th century history with buildings still standing.These buildings are just a few blocks from Iolani Palace on King St. The dioramas of the village through time were very interesting. Hearing that Hawaiian Henry Opukaha'ia inspired the missionaries to carry...More
To get here, I took bus no 2 from Kuhio Avenue and got off at the corner of S. Beretania and Alapai Streets. It wasn’t that easy to find from the bus stop and I had to ask passers-by for directions. But even that was...More