We would like to share with you that a visit to the Bailey House Museum was one of the highlights of our trip to Maui. We liked it because it was "off the bus tour track" and therefore quiet, secluded and had all we love to do i.e. picnic in the grounds, learn a lot about the Hawaiian culture and purchase super disks of local music in the gift shop. Later in our stay we attended an outdoor fundraising concert which was such a terrific end to our holiday. We got to meet and share time with the famous musician Geoge Kahumoku Jr. who plays the slack, 12 string guitar so expertly. The concert was casual - we brought our picnic supper along and ate while we listened. Thank goodness the wonderful museum curator, Travis, had taken the trouble to erect awnings as it poured. The weather enhanced the experience.
Local artists had tables where art and crafts were sold.
Thanks to Travis for his efforts to make the Bailey House Museum a success.
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