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The Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum is a member of the Hawaii Museum Association and housed in a circa 1900s house for a superintendent of a sugar mill. At present, the 1,800 sq. ft. museum is located right next to the island's biggest operating sugar mill. Over the years, the museum has won numerous awards for its impressive collection of historical documents, photos, and artefacts related to the history of plantation life and the various cultures in it as well as the island's sugar industry in general. Besides its permanent exhibits, the museum also regularly hosts school tours and traveling exhibits. The museum is often rented as venue for large scale events but handicap access facilities are available at a limited basis only. Moreover, the museum's library is only available for the use of researchers. Shopping may be done at the museum's gift shop while meals may be enjoyed at the picnic area outdoors.
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