Whalers Village Museum

This museum shows the history of whaling in Hawaii.

The Whalers Village Museum is the best place to know about the time when Lahaina was still a whaling town. During the 19th century, whaling was the primary which most of the people in this town depended on. But as the time went by, the Humpback Whale population in Hawaii dwindled and they’re now considered to be endangered.

This museum doesn’t just provide visitors detailed information about the history of whaling in Hawaii. It also educates people about the important things they need to know about Humpback Whales and how they can help in conserving them. This place is open to the public everyday and admission is $3 for adults and $1 for children aged 6 to 18 years old. Admission is free for kids below 6 years old.

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Kaanapali Parkway 2435
Lahaina 96761 HI US
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Everyday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm