Wailuku: Attractions and more...
Bailey House Museum
Constructed in the year 1833, Bailey House, in the present state, is a ‘museum’ which goes on to showcase Hawaiian culture, paintings, artifacts, and furnishings relating to 19th century. Constructed on Kahekili’s Royal Compound (Kahekili was the last ruler of Maui), this house went on to serve as one of the Mission Stations for Wailuku Female Seminary till the year 1847. It was later occupied the individual known as Edward Bailey as well as his family till the year 1888.
Monday to Saturday: 10:00 to 16:00
The Museum remains closed on Sunday, 4th of July, 1st of January, 25th of December, and Thanksgiving Day.
Iao Valley State Park
The deep, lovely valley of ‘Iao goes on to feature ‘Iao Needle, i.e. a naturally occurring rock pinnacle which presides over ‘Iao Stream. It is also surrounded by walls of Pu’u Kukui Crater. Used once upon a time as ‘natural altar’, this 2250-feet stone pillar is covered in ‘green’. It is made up of basalt which has survived ages of spinning water. Visitors need to note that Iao Needle’s top is usually hidden at the back of clouds. So, it’s advisable to get at this place early. The finest view would be obtained.
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