The Kauai Museum has become the sanctuary of Native Hawaiians when it comes to culture and art. It houses artifacts that depict the richness of the area?s heritage and past. These include pohaku, calabashes, poi pounders, tapa, and many more.
The Museum is a private, non-profit institution, which relied on memberships, admissions, and its gift shop.
It permanent galleries are housed in the Museum?s 2 floors. They pertain to Kauai?s history from the time of its birth up to the territorial period. The exhibits and displays will provide visitors knowledge on its unique cultures and history. The historic entry building boasts of the Hawaiian Heritage Gallery as well as 3 other changing exhibits.
The Museum is open from Tuesday to Friday with paid admission and on Saturdays and Sunday with free admission for the whole family.