This is a fantastic museum that showcases both the natural and cultural/human history of the island. Learn about lava types and behavior; climate and weather; wildlife on land and in the sea (they have a HUGE collection of sea shells!); and nearly every other topic of the natural environment. There are also so great displays and information that offer great depth on the human history of the Hawaiian Islands.
It's also worth considering taking part in the short tour of the mission house, next door to the museum.
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