The lovely plantation home was built in 1864 and opened as a living museum in 1978 with many displays and exhibits to paint the life of the sugar plantation days gone by. The historic home is beautifully furnished and has a staircase made from native koa wood. The grounds include giant trees and tropical flower gardens. Located south of Lihue on Highway 58. Admission is $5. Access is by tour only, which is offered twice a day Mon., Wed., and Thurs. at 10am and 1pm.
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