Puakea Golf Course
The lush cliffs of Mt Haʻupu serve as a backdrop to this Robin Nelson–designed public course. Club rentals are available. Book tee times...
The island’s largest museum is set in two buildings – one of which was built with lava rock in 1960. Come here for a quick grounding in...
Kauai Beer Company
Kauaʻi's only microbrewery has a convivial bar downtown, where everyone kicks back with a honeyed IPAloha 2.0, a Lihuʻe Lager or a...
An island institution, Hamura’s is a hole-in-the-wall specializing in homemade saimin (local-style noodle soup). At lunchtime, expect...
4050 Nawiliwili Rd · interesting places nearby
Grove Farm information
History buffs adore this plantation museum, but kids may grow restless. Grove Farm once ranked among the most productive sugar companies on Kauaʻi. George Wilcox, the Hilo-born son of Protestant missionaries, acquired the farm in 1864. The main house feels suspended in time, with rocking chairs sitting still on a covered porch and untouched books lining the library's shelves.
Call a week or more in advance to join a small-group tour, which includes cookies and mint tea served on the lanai.