Kaluanui Experience

Kaluanui History Room

Discover the rich history of Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center and the Kaluanui Estate in the Hui’s history room! Once a bedroom, this space artfully displays Ethel Baldwin’s collection of sterling silver and copper hollowware as well as many historical photos, sketches, and journals. Get ready to step back in time to experience Kaluanui’s transformation from a sugar plantation to the community visual arts center it is today!

Walking Tour—Kaluanui: Plants at the Hui

We welcome you to discover the Hui’s botanical family 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 with three different tour paths. 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. You may also arrange to picnic on a gourmet lunch before or after your walking tour. Visit Kaluanui today to experience a living piece of Maui’s history!

Cost: $12 per person for guided tour, $6 per guidebook for self-guided tour
Duration: Approximately 1 hour

For tour and lunch reservations, please phone (808) 572-6560 ext. 23 at least 24 hours in advance.

Free—Tour the Hui

View current exhibition, see the 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.

Explore & Discover Program

Join artists and teachers at the Hui for an inspirational morning!
Work with the Hui Programs Team to design a FREE field trip (self-guided) to explore the exhibition, studios and Hui grounds; a hands-on workshop and artist chat ($5-$10/ student), and more as you bring your class or group to the Hui for an unforgettable, engaging experience.

Reservations at least 1 month prior to your visit are recommended. For more information and registration please call the Hui at 572-6560.