The Mission Houses Museum are three houses of the first missionaries. They have been protected and preserved and are now among the historical museums all over Hawaii. The structure of these houses are somewhat Western and they are the oldest houses in the state. They were built in 1821 and was structured to be the Mission House and the Chamberlain House.
The Chamberlain House was built by Levi Chamberlain for himself and for his family when they moved from Vermont to Hawaii. The books, were Hawaiian language is written, are found in one of the houses. As well as the other art works that are now open for public.
The houses are open from Tuesday to Saturday at 10 am to 4 pm and are closed every Monday. The admission fee for adults is $10 for adults, $8 for Military and Senior citizens, $6 for students, and free from children under 5 years old. houses are closed during holidays.