Kaua'i Museum

Lihue, HI

Where are we going?

Kaua'i Museum
4428 Rice St
HI 96766

808 245-6931

What is there to do?

The Kaua'i Museum is a significant Hawai' institution, acting as the cultural sanctuary for the art and artifacts of Native Hawaiians - and the museum nurtures the creative spirit of today's artists, so it makes for a creative and culturally important family day out!

The museum features exhibits and educational programs that serve the indigenous and immigrant peoples, and well as families just like yours who want to visit

The Kaua'i Museum is explored via self-guided tour, but you can check out their calendar online for when they have docent-led tours operating, giving you a deeper understanding of the heritage and exhibits within the museum

Hawai'ian culture is one of the most unique in the entire world, so a visit to such a culturally important attraction is a great way to introduce non-local children to another heritage! For local Hawai'ian children, it's a wonderful way to connect with who they are!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $15 (for 7 day pass)

Children: Ages 8 to 17: $10 (for 7 day pass)

Discount: Seniors $12 (for 7 day pass), and free for members

Free Under: 8 years


Need a little extra help?

Call before you visit to ask about accessibility


When can we go?

9am - 4pm Monday to Saturday

Closed on Sundays and major holidays


Any top tips?

Every Saturday is `Ohana Day. Admission is FREE for Kaua`i & Ni`ihau residents

I’m Hungry!

Grab something to eat in the area before or after your visit!

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