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We arrived just before the museum was due to close, but on finding out that this was our only opportunity to visit, Mike very kindly let us stay beyond closing time.
The film about the sugar mill was really interesting, as was the milk itself...More
This museum combines two aspects of 19th and early 20th Century Molokai - the Kalaupapa Leper Colony and the sugar mill founded by R. W. Meyer. Meyer was also the man who acquired the land for the Colony and was its first superintendent. The people...More
Surprisingly, we didn't expect much but we really liked our visit. The guide, Mike, was fantastic and in great shape for his age. The short film about people connected to Kalaupapa and the great pictures on the wall were fantastic. We were not so much...More
We spent some time at this wonderful little museum and I wish we had gone the 1st day so that I had some history for our visit. Learned so much about the "Leper" community and next time we will for certain make the hike to...More
There's not much else in the way of visitors centers on Moloka'i, thank the gods, but that's not the reason you need to go to the Moloka'i Museum and Cultural Center. Go because the museum staff is extremely friendly, knowledgeable, and proud of the island's...More
We visited this museum and figured we'd spend a little while here...well we spent quite a bit of time! The woman in charge was very knowledgeable about the history of the inhabitants who were forced to come here, because of their disease! Families were ripped...More
This is a sugar mill turned into a museum. The best part is the information about the Kalaupapa colony nearby. Great photographs and history about this place. The docents are very knowledgeable about everything. Definitely worth seeing.
The main attraction of this place was the sugar mill and the history behind it. It was neat to have a little bit of a tour of the place though I'm pretty certain not everyone gets that luxury. Lots to learn here.