The museum introduces the growth history of local animals and plants, which is very helpful to understand the local culture.
There is a relatively large grassland next to the museum. This museum is not large. You can learn about some specimens by comparing them with the introduction. For Chinese who like beautiful scenery, this attraction is not particularly attractive. It is mainly to learn the local natural environment and vegetation related knowledge, and to have a deeper understanding of this place. .
No tickets are needed, but there is a donation box at the door, usually one dollar is donated to the museum. The staff in the museum are very enthusiastic! If you ask them, they can basically solve it! There are topographic maps of Kauai Island and displays of local flora and fauna in the museum, which is quite meaningful.