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When you take a walking tour of Hawaiian culture on Kauai, you’ll feel the spirit of aloha in the air. Hawaii’s Island of Discovery is proud of being the oldest island in the Hawaiian chain and a sense of pride is infused in Kauai’s history as well as in the beauty of its hula.
You can learn about the history and culture of Kauai by visiting the Kauai Museum or Grove Farm Museum in Lihue, the Waioli Mission House in Hanalei Town and the Kokee Natural History Museum on the West Side. Visit Kauai small towns like Hanapepe, Koloa, and Waimea to get a taste of local flavor and culture. Kauai’s many festivals and events give you a chance to see the island from a local’s perspective. Explore beyond Kauai’s luxurious resorts to experience the true culture of Kauai.
Dozens of films have used the island of Kauai as a backdrop, including "Jurassic Park", "Blue Hawaii" and many more. Find out about film locations around the island.Explore
After a long day in the sun, come inside to the air conditioning and cool off with one of our tropical drink specials and great appetizers. Live Hawaiian entertainment every night!
The Kauai Concert Association brings world class music to Kauai! The current mission of the Kauai Concert Association is to provide quality classical and modern performing fine arts and to facilitate musical educational opportunities.
Waipa Foundation manages the scenic Waipa Ahupua'a, found along Kauai's north shore, as a cultural & community center. Waipa grows and distributes food, educates and inspires community youth and families, hosts a weekly market plus seasonal festivals, and offers transformative eco-cultural programs.
The Kauai Museum is the cultural Sanctuary for the art and artifacts of Native Hawaiians and it nurtures the creative spirit of today's artists.
Trail information, Natural History Museum. Open every day. Visitor programs, volunteer opportunities, research support, local craft and bookstore, no admission charge.