Rainy Day Activities: Maui

You don't have to be stuck inside your hotel when it rains in Maui.

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With so much to do, take advantage of a rainy Maui day and check out some of these activities. There's something fun for everyone in your group.

Maui Arts & Cultural Center (MACC)

Check out the various art pieces and exhibits, or see a show here.

Maui Ocean Center


This is an amazing aquarium to see what life is like under the sea. They have a large number of exhibits to see with all kinds of wonderful marine life. Kids will love it.

Go Shopping


You can always find treasures at Lahaina Cannery Mall, Whalers Village, and The Shops At Wailea. Shop until you drop!

Queen Ka'ahumanu Center

This is another great place to shop, but it's also a great place to pass a few hours here before your flight home since it's close to Kahului Airport (OGG).

Maui Golf & Sports Park

With mini golf, rock climbing, and bumper boats you could spend the whole day here. This is a great family fun place.

Take in a Show

Try 'Ulalena: Celebrate and Sustain Our Culture or Warren & Annabelle's Magic Show.

MauiWine

Go for a wine tasting. Be sure to sample some of their pineapple wine. Yum!

Atlantis Submarines


Take a voyage under the sea in an actual submarine. What a great way to view fish and other marine life without getting wet.

Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum


Learn about the history of sugar in Hawaii.

Dan's Green House

You'll find plants, birds, and pot belly pigs at this world famous and very unique landmark in Lahaina.

Maui Crafts Guild Inc


Check out the amazing art and crafts created by local artisans and buy a souvenir to remember your trip by.

Sit On The Lanai

Sometimes, the best way to really appreciate a rainy day on Maui is just to sit back and relax on your lanai (balcony). Grab a cold beverage or mix up a mai tai and just take in the sights and sounds of it all.

Baldwin Home Museum

Learn about the impact of migration to Hawai'i for the missionaries and plantation workers. The Baldwin Home is the oldest house still standing on the entire island of Maui and a Lahaina landmark.

Wo Hing Museum and Cookhouse

Learn about the history of Chinese immigrants in Maui.

Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center

Tour the house, art gallery, historic sugar mill, and gift shop.
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