Molokaʻi Museum & Cultural Center


The RW Meyer Sugar Mill has enjoyed a series of restorations over time. It now houses a museum and cultural center, which has a small but intriguing display of Molokaʻi's history with period photos, cultural relics and a 10-minute video. Features of the mill include a 100-year-old steam engine, a mule-powered cane crusher and other working artifacts. Watch for special exhibits.

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