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Telling the story of Hawai`i, its islands, and its people.
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The talks, usually held on Monday nights, dive deep into Hawaiian history, culture, natural history, and lore.
History buff? Be sure to check out the Lyman Museum and Mission House originally build in 1838. Natural Hawaiian history museum highlighting ancient Hawaiian practices, and tools! Admission: $10 adults, $8 seniors, $3 children, $21 family
Museum with exhibits on the natural history & culture of Hawaii & tours of an 1839 mission house.
Good history of the birth of these Islands and the people who populated. Movie about the Death of a Town, showing what happened to the lovely former town of Kalapana.
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“Historic building housing artifacts and telling the story of when Hilo was hit with a tsunami with much loss of life. Exhibits are interesting and explain modern alarm systems. Bayfront location.”
- 43 helybéli ajánlja
“The Palace Theater is an historic building that stages plays, musical performances, movies, and live entertainment. There is no air conditioning and modernization has yet to occur. It still has the original wooden seats. ”
- 24 helybéli ajánlja
“Take the 4 mile scenic route, just 10 minutes north of Hilo and you'll end up at Onomea Bay. Gorgeous 4 mile drive, go slow and look for the waterfalls, pull over and take photo's. You'll pass a large opening (look for cars parked on the side of the road). Get out and walk down the path to see breathtaking views of this lovely bay.”
- 13 helybéli ajánlja
“Great outdoor market with tons of local produce and goods. Definitely worth checking out when in the Hilo side. ”
- 115 helybéli ajánlja