Located in the west side of Maui, the Lahaina Historic District is a historical district in Lahaina, Hawaii. The general area of the Lahaina was for a long time a residence of the Maui Kings as well as chiefs. Lahaina district was able to preserve the mid-19th century atmosphere. It used to be a favorite port for many American whalers. It also served as home to many missionaries around the area.
The Lahaina district was declared a National Historic Landmark on December 29, 1962. At present there are 9 buildings commissioned to be a part of the entire district. The buildings include, the Baldwin House which used to be a home for many missionaries including the famous Rev. Dwight Baldwin. There are as well a couple of churches, a hospital, an old prison, a school, a hotel, a court house, and a spring house for fresh water supply.