The Paper Airplane Museum, billed as the "First Aviation Museum on Maui" and the "World's Only Known Paper Airplane Museum,? features a collection of more than 2,000 cardboard airplane models and kits, photos related to the aviation History of Hawaii. The Museum screens the displays because only those that are 95% paper are qualified to be in the Museum.
Ray Roberts, "The Tin Can Man of Maui," is also featured in the Museum. Roberts is known for building different models of ships, airplanes, and cars using soda cans. The Museum displays his chef d'oevre, a Concord Jet model using more than 90 cans. Most of his creations are also for sale.
This aviation museum houses more than 2,000 models from all over the world, ranging from postage stamp size models to wingspans measuring more than 6 feet.
The museum also enables visitors to appreciate the aviation background of Hawaii through photos and artifacts that show its history starting from 1910 up to the present. Visitors to the Museum will also be able to see handcrafted designs of The Tin Can Man of Maui as well as a hundred more items consisting of tin can airplanes, cars, boats, dinosaurs, trains, ukuleles, and more.