Thought it was free--cost money to get in---kids are 8 and 6--too young to think it was interesting---didnt open till 10
Located in Whaler's Village so it's easy to find. The exhibits are not amazing but they provide an excellent overview of whalers and a film about humpback whales. The photos of whalers at their work are worth the visit. We came away with a new respect for the dangers that whalers faced.
Nice small museum up stairs in the mall. Bonus, they validate the parking there. A big savings for a small outlay admission fee. Educational exhibits on the whale hunting culture and techniques of the previous centuries. Doesn't take long to go through it.
If you're looking for high end shopping this is the place to go for all the major brands! But you can also find little treasures unique to Maui. We went at night and it was not crowded at all.
Very interesting place. Never knew about the intricacies of whaling. So sad for the people and the whales. A must see.
Our son (age 4) loves whales and when he saw there was a museum he really wanted to check it out. We should have just bought him a book on whales. The museum is SMALL and while it has a few interesting pieces it could be done about a MILLION times better. Don't bother unless you are a HUGE whale... More
We ducked in here to sit down and rest and thoroughly enjoyed the film about whales and whaling as well as the self-guided exhibit. Very educational and worthwhile! Also very inexpensive, and they'll validate for part of your parking if you parked in the adjoining lot. a definite must!
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