HĀNA CULTURAL CENTER & MUSEUM ,developed by local residents to tell the story of this unique Hawaiian community, is home to a TRADITIONAL HAWAIIAN VILLAGE, a historic courthouse, an old jailhouse and a museum.
The museum contains more than 560 artifacts, more than 600 books, a bottle collection and some 5,000 photographs from the Hāna District. A gift shop off ers a selection of greeting cards created by more than 120 local artists and photographers.
Built in 1871, the OLD HISTORIC COURTHOUSE was refurbished in 1989, and is still used for county court. The OLD HISTORIC JAILHOUSE, also built in 1871, was renovated in 1997.
Located at 4974 Uakea Road near the turnoff to Hāna Bay, the center is open Wednesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Visit hanaculturalcenter.org for more information.