Whalers Village Museum, Kaanapali/Lahaina, Hawaii
2435 Ka'anapali Pkwy, Bldg H-6, Kaanapali/Lahaina, Hawaii 96761| Map |
The Whalers Village Museum is a convenient stop while eating or shopping in Lahaina. The museum contains artifacts and attractions including a huge, to-scale model of a whaling ship and provides information on the history of the island.
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The museum is on the 3rd floor of the mall. You really can't see it from ground level. Me, my wife and son had time to kill before dinner, so we strolled in to check it out. I was completely blown away! I don't visit museums often. I wasn't expecting much to tell you the truth, but I never thought this tiny museum could pack so much punch. There's lots to see and read. It's very educational. The information is very real it hits you hard. There is a wall full of harpoons. Each one with a different spearhead design. Each one with a unique history and purpose. You see photos of men carrying these harpoons standing by giant whales. You read about the dangers of whaling and the brutal work environment. It makes c...
A mall museum - right in the heart of Lahaina Town - where you can learn a bit about whaling and Hawaaian History. Worth a look -especailly for tourists. It is so sad that so many w...
Well, as a museum about whaling, it's pretty interesting. I'm not that interesting in the subject of whaling or whaling history, but we just came by because we were in the area. It's in a busy shopping/resort area with many tourists. If...