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Listing of ALL Maui Attractions, Maps, Direct Contact Info & Details!
Maui Attractions, Hawaii Attractions. Addresses, Direct phone numbers, prices.
Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum
Bailey House Museum
Hawai'i Nature Center at Iao Valley
Haleakala National Park
Kanaha Wildlife Sanctuary
Kealia Pond National Wildlife Preserve
Kepaniwai Heritage Garden
Kupanaha - Magic Show
Maui Coral Factory
Maui Ocean Center
Maui Pineapple Company
Whaling Museum

Iao Valley State Park / Iao Needle
Lahaina Banyan Tree
Maui Tropical Plantation
Old Lahaina Courthouse
Road To Hana
Whalers Village

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Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum
This award-winning museum offers a self-guided tour of the Maui sugar industry. You'll learn how sugar cane is grown, harvested and crushed to produce that sweet substance we all love - sugar.
Open Monday thru Saturday 9:30am-4pm. Located at the intersection of Puunene Avenue and Hansen Road in Puunene.
For more information call: 808-244-7643.

Bailey House Museum
Operated by the Maui Historical Society, this missionary house was the home of Edward Bailey in the 1800's. Stroll through the home to see the living quarters, paintings and other personal items. This museum also has a collection of ancient Hawaiian artifacts. Admission $7.00.
Open Monday thru Saturday 10am-4pm. Located at 2375-A Main Street in Wailuku.
For more information call: 808-244-3326.

Hawai'i Nature Center at Iao Valley
This interactive nature center introduces you to the beauty of Hawai'i's natural history through a variety of hands-on activities. Great for the whole family.
Open Daily 10am-4pm. Located at 875 Iao Valley Road in Iao Valley.
For more information call: 808-244-6500.

Haleakala National Park - House of the Sun
The world's largest dormant volcano, Haleakala last erupted in 1790. Recognized by the Hawaiian's as a sacred site, this 10,023 foot summit attracts over a million visitors each year. The 2-hour drive to the top is an experience in itself. Free range cattle and Hawaiian Nenes cross the winding road without fear. Due to its height, the weather can change quickly, be prepared with a jacket year-round.
Open Daily 7am-4pm. Located at the end of Highway 378.
For more information call: 808-244-7643.

Kanaha Wildlife Sanctuary
For nature lovers and bird watcher's, follow the shoreline trail out to the shade shelter and lookout. Here is the home of the endangered black-neck Hawaiian Stilt. This is also a good place to view coots, other stilts and the Hawaiian Koloa Duck.
Open Daily. Located at the intersection of Haleakala Highway and Hana Highway in Kahului.
For more information call: 808-984-8100.

Kealia Pond National Wildlife Preserve
Another great site for naturalists and bird-watchers to take in views of rare Hawaiian Stilts, the Hawaiian Duck, the Hawaiian Coot and black-crowned herons. This is also the area where the Hawksbill Turtle comes to lay her eggs each year. Take a self-guided tour by walking along the boardwalk.
Open Daily. Located just west of the intersection of Piilani Highway and Mokulele Highway in Kihei.
For more information call: 808-244-7643.

Kepaniwai Heritage Garden
Situated along the Iao Stream this small park is an ideal picnic spot. Tables for leisurely dining dot the area which contains architectural houses of Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, Filipino and New England styles.
Open Daily. Located half way up the Iao Valley Road in Iao Valley.
For more information call: 808-984-8109.

Maui Coral Factory
Take a half hour free tour of this fascinating facility. Learn how they harvest pink and black coral from the local waters. Then watch as they transform the beautiful coral into gorgeous jewelry. Perfect trip for the whole family.
Open Daily. Located at 804 Keolani Place Ste A, in Kahului.
For more information call: 808-877-7620.

Kupanaha - Maui Magic For All Ages
Enjoy a wonderful evening of illusions and legends of Hawaiian demigods as told through the hula and chant. Dine on a gourmet dinner and sip speciality drinks while being mesmerized by this show featuring world-renowned illustionists Jody and Kathleen Baran.
Open Tuesday thru Saturday. Located inside the Kaanapali Beach Hotel at 2525 Kaanapali Parkway in Lahaina.
For more information call: 808-667-0128.

Maui Ocean Center
Visit this wonderful aquarium and learn about life in the Hawaiian waters. Hands on exhibits teach children and adults alike about ecology and the unique envirnoment the Hawiian Islands offer. This is a venue the whole family will appreciate.
Open Daily 9am-5pm. Located on Highway 30 at Ma'alaea Harbor.
For more information call: 808-270-7000.

Maui Pineapple Company
Plantation workers provide a unique insight into plantation life, growing and harvesting pineapples and how pineapples affected Maui's history in the 2 1/2 hour tour. Visitors are even encouraged to pick their own pineapple.
Open For Two Tours Daily Monday thru Friday. Tours begin at Kapalua Resort on Kahekili Highway.
For more information call: 808-669-8088.

Whaler's Village Whaling Museum
This is a "must see" museum. Depicting the "Golden Era of Whaling" this museum will guide you through a typical whaler's life at sea. Video presentation, interpretive displays, photo murals and extensive artifacts lend credence to the hard life these men led. Displays of fine examples of 19th century scrimshaw are worth the visit alone. Free Admission. Gift shop attached.
Open Daily 9am-10pm. Located in the Whaler's Village at 2435 Kaanapali Parkway in Lahaina.
For more information call: 808-661-5992.

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