This handsome missionary church is named for Queen Kaʻahumanu, who cast aside the old gods and allowed Christianity to flourish. The...
Bailey House Museum
This evocative museum occupies the 1833 home of Wailuku’s first Christian missionary, Edward Bailey. The 2nd story, decorated with...
Wailuku Public Library
Beautifully restored after years of neglect, this 1928 art deco theater, which once hosted big names such as Frank Sinatra, is now the...
Café O’Lei Wailuku
Sophisticated decor, waitstaff in black…Wailuku has never looked so smart. The food is on par with top-end restaurants and the average...
359 N Market St · interesting places nearby
Takamiya Market information
This old-time grocer specializes in all things Hawaiian. Lunchtime features ahi poke, laulau (steamed bundle made of meat and salted butterfish, wrapped in taro and ti leaves), kalua pig and scores more – wrapped and ready to go.