Pacific Tsunami Museum
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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.
The Pacific Tsunami Museum is a museum in Hilo, Hawaii dedicated to the history of the April 1, 1946 Pacific tsunami and the May 23, 1960 Chilean tsunami which devastated much of the east coast of the Big Island, especially Hilo.
A place where Hilo’s tsunami history and stories of survival and loss are told.
Learn about the destruction of the worlds oceans at the local Hawaiian Tsunami Museum. See what devastation they have caused to Hilo town.
See the history and damage by the several Tsunami that have struck these Islands. Get a chance to make the call on whether the Tsunami will hit or not. This is not as easy as you may think.
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