Dedicated to preserving the history of Hana, this non-profit cultural center includes a museum and a replica of an early ... More
Hana Cultural Center
Dedicated to preserving the history of Hana, this non-profit cultural center includes a museum and a replica of an early Hawaiian village. The Hale Waiwai O Hana (House of Treasures) museum contains more than 5000 photographs as well as several hundred artifacts, documents and books. Relics include traditional tools and utensils, sacred stones, quilts and koa statues. The Kauhale O Hana (village) consists of four traditional thatched-roof buildings. There is also a gift shop worth checking out.
there is a couple of trails that you can hike. I loved the one that goes thr bamboo forest . AWESOME, 90 feet waterfall will be waiting for you at the end of the trail. You will have to across two bridges that go above the same waterfall !!!
If possible, this place seems to attract more tourists than the Hasegawa General Store. It draws them in with an
assortment of souvenirs such as T shirts, hats and the like. Of course, plenty of necessities and sundries are ...
The Haseqawa General Store has the status as one of Hana's top tourist stops. Of course, the fact that it
is one of only two places within 20 miles that sells little necessities such as potato chips, camera film ...
The fact that this restaurant is practically the only game in town doesn't at all detract from the management's commitment
to make it a top notch culinary and entertainment experience. From the stately, high ceilinged dining area to the ...