Guided or Self-Guided Walking Tour of Kaluanui

Guided Tour: Mondays & Wednesdays at 10:00 am, approximately 1 hour
Self Guided Tour: Open Daily / 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

$12 per person for guided tour OR $6 per guidebook for self-guided tour

We welcome you to discover Kaluanui on this walking tour featuring more than seventy specimens of plants and trees. About an hour in duration, this beautiful tour of the Kaluanui Estate celebrates Maui’s unique landscape and history. Along the way, you will see two of Maui’s largest Norfolk Island Pines, many endemic and indigenous plants, the remains of one of Maui’s earliest sugar mills, and a nearly 100-year-old historical home. Visit Kaluanui today to experience a living piece of Maui’s history!

Kaluanui History Room—FREE

Open Daily / 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

In Hawai‘i, the Polynesian introduced Paper mulberry (brousonettia papyrifera) or wauke was the preferred plant for making kapa for clothes and other cloth-like items for everyday use.  Kapa was also used extensively for temple dressings, taxes and tribute paid to the ali‘i. In this exhibition, located in the Hui’s “history room,” artist Dalani Tanahy presents a stunning showcase of her recent kapa work. She plays off of the idea that “clothes makes the man,” reminding us that women made the malo that men wore. A kapa practitioner for over 20 years, Dalani is a grower of the wauke trees and dye plants needed to make and decorate kapa. She is a wood, stone, bamboo and gourd craftswoman who creates the tools she needs to pound and print kapa and dyes.  Dalani is also a researcher, reader, and doer who has learned to understand the nuances of kapa. In addition to continuing her own exploration of kapa, she is also a valued Hui Visiting Artist and kumu, helping others to learn and ensuring the working understanding and survival of kapa making. This exhibition was supported by a grant from the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation

Explore Kaluanui—FREE

Open Daily / 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

We invite you to visit us at Kaluanui any day of the week to view the current exhibition, see working art studios, discover Maui history, and walk around beautiful grounds of the Kaluanui Estate. You may also purchase our $6 guidebook Kaluanui: Plants at the Hui for a self-guided tour.

View a Fine Art Exhibition—FREE

Open Daily / 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

With up to eight rotating fine art exhibitions each year, you’ll be sure to view some outstanding work created by Maui, Hawai‘i, and beyond! With many of the exhibited works available for purchase, you might even find a perfect piece to add to your collection. Please check gallery schedule on exhibitions page to find out more about the current show on view. 

Glassblowing Demos—FREE

Wednesdays starting at 10:00 am! 
Glass demos are taking a break during July & August. There are still many wonderful places to explore at the Hui, so come on by!

Come meet artist Stephen Fellerman and watch as he works in the Hui’s new glassblowing studio. You’ll be amazed at what he can create! Purchase one of his pieces or sign up for a class to make one of your own.