Hanapepe attractions

Top Choice Beach in Hanapepe

Salt Pond Beach Park

Named for its saltwater flats, where seawater is still drained and harvested for reddish-pink sodium crystals, this crescent-shaped beach is great for lounging. With a shallow (but not too shallow) swimming area acc…
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Angela Headley Fine Art & Island Art Gallery

Make this your first stop in Hanapepe for contemporary Hawaiian art: reverse acrylic paintings and giclée prints on wood and metal that are luminous blends of color. It's a somewhat more adventurous gallery than the…
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Swinging Bridge

Built in 1911 and rebuilt after the 1992 hurricane, this narrow wood and cable suspension bridge spans the Hanapepe River just before it snakes inland between stark red-earth cliffs. It does swing and moan a bit in …
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Bright Side Gallery

Representing both island and US mainland artists, this fun, whimsical space never takes itself too seriously. Surf themes show up in many of the oils, acrylics and giclées, though it's the wood carvings that really …
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Art of Marbling & Robert Bader Wood Sculpture

Becky J Wold’s original marbled silk scarves and sarongs hang from bamboo poles alongside her husband’s wooden bowls and sculpture, making this a unique gallery experience.
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Arius Hopman Gallery

Art photography and plein-air watercolors spotlight Kauaʻi's tropical landscapes, flora and fauna, from mango and banana trees to sunrise breaking over the Na Pali Coast. Ask about digital photography classes.
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Amy-Lauren's Gallery

Here’s a chance to buy (or at least gaze upon) an original instead of a giclée print. This boutique gallery invites passersby inside with vibrantly colored oil paintings, photography and mixed media.
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Dawn Traina Gallery

Traditional Hawaiian themes come to life in many different media, including oil paintings, limited-edition giclées and scratchboards (hard-panel carving reminiscent of scrimshaw).