The Story of Hawaii

Learn the real Story of Hawaii and own a part of her past!


Address: Camp Maui and Story of Hawaii Exhibit, 2065 Kauhikoa Rd. • Haiku, HI 96708

Mailing Address: Story of Hawaii Museum. P.O. Box 10756 • Lahaina, HI. 96761

Phone: (808) 283-3576

Website: storyofhawaiimuseum.com

Hours: 10am-5pm daily

General Admission: free

Docent tours: Upon request

Opened: since 2012

Exhibit: Rare historic maps, prints and other documents along with artifacts that chronicle the history of Hawaii

Gallery: Antique, original and reproduction museum pieces, nostalgia, vintage Hawaiiana

Collections: Authentic, historic maps and engravings, Matson Cruise Lines memorabilia, reference library, original Hawaiian sheet music

Special Presentations: The museum maintains an on-going schedule of interesting, entertaining and informative presentations by authors, artists, historians, teachers and other cultural experts.

Proprietors: Co-creators and co-curators Bryant Neal and Richard Mickelsen, who also operate Tradewinds Production Group, the production arm of the museum that includes researching and creating interpretive and other materials for the display.

Group Tours: Custom tours for groups, such as students, seniors, civic groups, social clubs, etc. may be arranged. Please call Bryant at (808) 283-3576 or email bryantneal808@gmail.com

Education Programs: The education component is a big part of the Story of Hawaii Museumís mission statement. We seek to inspire all to engage with our exhibits, collections, and reference materials through our programs and resources. The museum is currently developing the curriculum to meet the performance standards for Hawaiian history as set by the State of Hawaii Department of Education. We are working with active and retired instructors from the DOE, University of Hawaii Maui Campus and local private schools to develop programming. Our goal is to have every Maui student tour the exhibit at some point during their school experience. School rates are available upon request. Contact Bryant Neal at (808) 283-3576 or email bryantneal808@gmail.com.

Donations: Monetary contributions and donations of authentic, original materials are welcomed. Your support helps the museum continue to research and preserve historic materials and to expand and enhance this entertaining and educational experience.