The museum atmosphere "Old Hawaii", "Gallery", "Kauai Story" and other exhibition halls, although not big, but can have a comprehensive understanding of Kauai. There are also some cultural relics of World War II and the living conditions of immigrants from various countries on Kauai in the small museum. It is worth visiting.
The Kauai Museum is located in the middle of Lihue, at the intersection of Rais Street and Ewa Street. It is the only museum on this garden island. The museum has two buildings: the Rais Pavilion and the Wilcocus Pavilion. The exhibits in the Rais Pavilion are historical materials about Hawaii from 6000 years ago to the 19th century. The Wilcocus Pavilion showcases the life of the Hawaiian royal family and the changes brought about by Western civilization. In addition, there are precious photos and utensils of the lives of immigrants from various countries, and models that reproduce the scene of Captain Cook’s landing. In the gallery at the entrance, the works of Hawaiian artists are displayed.
There are still some things to watch. If you have time, you can visit it.
The island is not very big and the history is not very long