Kona Coffee Living History Farm

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Phone (808) 323-3222
Address 82-6199 Mamalahoa Hwy, Captain Cook, HI 96704
The only living history coffee farm in the USA.

• General: Cost: Paid • General: Educational • General: Good For Rainy Days • General: Kid Activities • General: Photo Opportunity
• Tours: Self Guided • Cultural & Historical: Museum / Art Center

The Kona Coffee Living History Farm is the only living history coffee farm in the United States and tells the story of Kona’s coffee pioneers during the early 20th century.

Stop in for a self-guided tour that allows you to talk among the coffee tree, see how farmers used the kuriba and hoshidana to mill and dry coffee in the early 1900's, and meet a Kona Nightingale. Costumed interpreters allow you to get a taste of what life was actually like many years ago. They'll show you how various tasks were performed and talk story with you along the way.

Coffee lovers will enjoy sampling some of the world famous Kona coffees as well as buying some to take home. Since the Kona Coffee Living History Farm is operated by the Kona Historical Society, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, all proceeds go to educational programs and preservation projects.

Admission is $15 (discounted to $13 for kama'aina, military, and those 60+), $9 for college students with ID, $5 for those 7-17, and free for children under 7.