Only takes 30 to 60 minutes to go through all the exhibits and learn quite a bit about whaling. If your shopping in the village, do stop by.
It is nearby and convenient. The movie I saw about humpback whales are good. Admission price is low.
This is a small museum, but it's not expensive at all, and it's worth paying the fee. It gives a glimpse at exhaling history on Maui and provides some cool artifacts. The gift shop is probably the best value in Lahaina, especially Christmas tree decorations.
Whaling was a huge part of Hawaiian history. This museum should not be missed. Best deal money wise. It's 2 bucks or so to get in. That is like free in Maui terms. Very informative. Take the kids and get into quiet time. After all the activities of Lahina, this will be a spot you will remember. Then, if you... More
Our visit was unplanned but a nice respite from the surf, sand and shopping. The educational component was refreshing...the whaling history wasn't something I thought much about prior to going to the museum. I now realize just how big a part whaling played in the early days of Anglo-Hawaiian history. Take a break, spend a couple of dollars, learn some... More
I thought the exhibits were thoughtfully laid out and interesting, and a welcome break from shopping.
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