A 100 year old beach house and museum.
Cultural & Historical: Historic / Landmarks
Cultural & Historical: Museum / Art Center
The Mahamoku Beach House was originally built in 1914 by Mabel Wilcox and today is a museum run by The Waioli Corporation. The word Mahamoku means "Island of Peace" and it's easy to see how that would have been true when this place was built.
The home is located in Hanalei, right at Wai'oli Beach Park (Pine Trees), and is the last surviving twentieth century intact beach house along Hanalei Bay. The home and caretaker's quarters have been preserved as they were over one hundred years ago. Tours are available to the public, school groups, and other special groups.
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