Wananalua Congregational Church

Church in Hana

On the National Register of Historic Places, this church – built in the 1840s – has such hefty walls that it resembles an ancient Norman cathedral. The crumbling mausoleums in the cemetery, watched over by the draping arms of a massive banyan tree, are a poignant sight. The church and the courthouse are the only surviving structures from the 1800s in Hana.