Exhibit of Student Art

Apr 12, 2021 – Jul 31, 2021

Aloha! The Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum has created an exhibit of student art that will viewable at the museum from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday beginning this Monday, April 12.

The pieces on display are submissions that were entered into the museum’s third annual art contest...

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Did you know that in the early 20th century, one method of getting the sugar cane to the mill was to "flume" it in long trenches full of water? The cane was processed at the mill, and the water was recycled and used in mill processes as well.

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Aerial view Puunene mill, early 1960s. Things to look for: Pineapple fields, Wailuku Heights, Old Puunene Avenue, turning basin, machine shop. The millyard looks so neat and tidy!

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Aloha! While all the major museums on Maui have been closed, there are virtual exhibits to enjoy until we can all meet again. Help us Celebrate Maui Museums!

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Celebrate Maui Museums is an initiative to highlight the wonderful and unique diversity and history of Maui County. Through a series of exhibitions themed to four national celebrations and hosted by museums from across the island, we invite you to join us in celebrating Maui museums in 2020.

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4 days ago
It was a little small, but had some fantastic stories and I learned all about the shock rock and signal. Recommend it for anybody wanting to spend a couple hours to learn about real live Hawaiian history.
- Jim C
a year ago
This is a must do! Friendly staff and a quick little visit. Price is good and you can get a passport that includes three other small museums for a discounted price. Learn about how sugar cane was transformed into sugar. Learn about the workers. Learn about how the families built the plantation into a thriving farm.
- Jeff S
a year ago
Fantastic place to learn about the history and demise of the sugar industry on Maui. Plan to spend a hour or a little more viewing the indoor interactive exhibits, pictures, and artifacts that make you appreciate the Hawaiians and immigrants who worked so hard in this industry. A great way to spend a last day before heading to the airport minutes away. $7 for adults, $5 for seniors 60+, $2 for children 6-12, children 5 and under are free. Military discount $5 for veterans, active, and retired. Located across from the old sugar mill at 3957 Hansen Road. Admission is daily 9:30 to 4:00.
- David T

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Puunene, HI 96784
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